Saturday, March 29, 2008

Perl : Writing Extensions in C with Inline::C

Inline::C was created as an alternative to the XS system for building C extension modules. Rather than jumping through all the hoopla of h2xs and the format of an .xs file, Inline::C lets you embed C code into your Perl program. There are also Inline modules for Python, Ruby, and Java, among other languages.
By default, your C source is in the _ _END_ _ or _ _DATA_ _ section of your program after a _ _C_ _ token. This permits multiple Inlined language blocks in a single file. If you want, use a here document when you load Inline. more...

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