Re: DWG math display?
27 May '03 01:13
Unfortunately the documentation is a bit sparse on this one, but as I
understood it, they basically say that a java file is not much
different from a c++ file and treat it accordingly. So I thought that
just like compiling into a shared library, you could use gcj and java
I guess I will have to try this instead of just speculating. But it is
not much use anyway if nobody has java classes that do the job.
On Dienstag, Mai 27, 2003, at 01:59 Uhr, Michael Hucka wrote:
> RG> I think that with newer gcc compiler
> RG> you can make java classes into standard shared
> RG> libraries for which you then can write wrapper for
> RG> other languages.
> This may or may not work, depending on the calling
> conventions for the libraries produced by gcj. As you might
> imagine, just because it compiles down to native code
> instead of a byte code, doesn't mean other languages'
> compilers will automatically be able to call into the
> libraries (unfortunately).