Integration with C
Thu Apr 17 18:21:00 GMT 2003
Geert Bevin writes:
> Andrew Haley wrote:
> > No, you'll have to write a C interface in C++. It's still 10-100
> > times faster than JNI.
> Ok. Thanks a lot for this information. Another related question, can I
> work with function pointers to execute registered C callback hooks or is
> this not possible in the CNI architecture? Otherwise, I'll have to poll
> at regular intervals from within the gui, which is a pretty ugly
> solution ;-)
Yes, function pointers are fine for calling CNI hooks. That was one
of the design goals. However, if you want to call a Java method
you'll have to get the address of the object somehow.
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