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Re: [Chicken-users] Any easy way to use the Boost C++ library from chick
Re: [Chicken-users] Any easy way to use the Boost C++ library from chicken?
Sat, 21 May 2011 14:22:24 +0200
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i made very good experience connecting a high speed C++ programm (which also
uses some boost functionality) to a chicken scheme programm using zeromq (zmq
egg). its very convenient, fast, portable and you have good options to enhance
it beyond its original purpose.
you could for instance bind a ipc, push socket in the C++ programm (5 lines of
code) and receive in scheme (2 lines of code).
On Friday 20 May 2011 22:53:12 Matt Welland wrote:
> I'd like to access the Boost computational geometry stuff
> from chicken but don't care too much about performance. I'm thinking
> of writing a small Boost app that connects to the chicken world via
> stdin/out. Can anyone suggest an easy but better way?
> BTW, for anyone curious, here is a tutorial that illustrates one
> possible use of computational geometry:
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