quickie about visibility
Tue Jan 22 20:10:00 GMT 2002
Jeff Sturm wrote:
>On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Bryce McKinlay wrote:
>>You can not declare a method with non-Java arguments within a Java type.
>>You will have to declare this method outside of "extern "Java"". Perhaps
>>you could declare another, non-Java class which peers the Java class.
>Hmm... couldn't the non-java type be concealed as a gnu.gcj.RawData?
Sure - you could declare pointer arguments as RawData or even
java.lang.Object and then cast them in the method implementation, but
its a bit ugly and would result in crashes if some Java code ever tried
to call such a method.
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