On Tuesday, 19 May 2015 at 17:44:38 UTC, CraigDillabaugh wrote:
Just to clarify then. If gdalwarper.h includes gdal.h and
GDALDatasetH is declared in gdal.h, then gdal.h gets imported
On Tuesday, 19 May 2015 at 19:57:45 UTC, Suliman wrote:
How do you understand which files should be imported?
+1 for question!
modmap is only telling Clang which headers to parse. Then all
those headers form a big monolithic AST that Calypso split into
modules following a few rules:
import (C++) namespace1.testStruct; // imports
import (C++) namespace2.testClass; // imports
import (C++) test.anotherClass; // etc. each struct/class/enum
template or not is placed in a module named after it
import (C++) test.tempWithPartialSpecs; // imports the primary
class template + all its partial and explicit specializations
import (C++) test._; // « _ » is a special module that contains
all the global variables, global functions and typedefs of a
namespace (the ones which aren't nested inside a struct or a
class, or another namespace).
Why the header paths can't be used in imports is explained here:
Documentation is scarce at the moment, the examples (starting
with showcase.d) try to give a quick overview of how to use
Calypso but yep we really should write a tutorial of some sort,
either I or Kelly will do it before DConf.