[Lazarus] How to access libraries from other languages?
pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 16 14:14:33 CET 2015
Am 16.02.2015 11:19 schrieb "zeljko" <zeljko at holobit.net>:
> On 02/16/2015 11:08 AM, Sven Barth wrote:
>> Am 16.02.2015 08:35 schrieb "zeljko" <zeljko at holobit.net
>> <mailto:zeljko at holobit.net>>:
>> > On 02/16/2015 08:04 AM, Sven Barth wrote:
>> >> Am 16.02.2015 04:48 schrieb "Den" <cyraid at gmail.com
>> <mailto:cyraid at gmail.com>
>> >> <mailto:cyraid at gmail.com <mailto:cyraid at gmail.com>>>:
>> >> >
>> >> > lol, speaking of which Sven, what's the progress report on the C++
>> >> Classes? :D
>> >> Currently not working on it. Generics and packages have higher
>> >> But I plan to continue it especially since the API of our company's
>> >> is C++ based ^^
>> > That will be the one of the greatest features :)
>> Don't look forward to it too much. It will likely only work for simple
>> cases. E.g. once a C++ class uses operators (without providing the
>> functionality in other ways) it will likely break down...
> I thought that it'll really work. Without ability to override virtual
methods it's unuseable for me.
I consider virtual methods as "simple cases" ;) After all I need them as
What I meant in my example however are especially operators that are not
supported in Pascal like "" or "()" or dereferenciation. Also Pascal
operator overloads work differently by being static methods instead of
members that can use "this"/"Self".
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