Scripting C++ -- Boost.Python vs CORBA vs ???

Amanjit Gill amanjit.gill at gmx.de
Wed Feb 20 04:10:53 CET 2002


"Craig Maloney" <cmaloney at physics.ucsb.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:3C7283E4.4050604 at physics.ucsb.edu...
>
> I'm doing some scientific computing and have
> amassed a moderate set of classes.  Due to the
[..]

Take a look at CERN's root framework, which uses CINT at the backend, a
C/C++ Interpreter running something like a virtual machine, which can
directly call DLLs too (which run natively, of course)..

You could use CINT alone, too.
Start scripting in C / C++ :-)

http://root.cern.ch/
http://root.cern.ch/root/Cint.html

If you use NT, you might like to check out Cygwins utilities for bash.






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