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Re: Perllib v1 release

by AgentM (Curate)
on Apr 22, 2001 at 00:55 UTC ( #74475=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perllib v1 release

Hi. I've had a bit of perlxs experience and after looking at your library, frankly I don't see a benefit. If you could accept some constructive criticism, I'd suggest that you move towards the superior encapsulation of C++. If you could throw together a library that allows for regex support and the other benefits and goodies of Perl combined with the overloading of C++, you'd have a very popular library indeed. This, of course, would require linking with perl.h and extern.h. I was working on something similar in C++ for strings and Perl regexes, but it never panned out. Let me know if you'd like some assistance!
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Re (tilly) 2: Perllib v1 release
by tilly (Archbishop) on Apr 22, 2001 at 07:52 UTC
    I suspect you want to look at pcre...
      Thanks to you both! The pcre will be uniquely useful. I am working on a c++ version of the lib w/ LOTS of overloading, and it is this shortcoming in C that I hope to overcome with the compiler that I will (eventually) write. In the meantime, please use/break the lib and tell me about it!


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