On Thu, Jan 31, 2008 at 10:12:35AM -0500, Jim Stapleton wrote:
> Thanks, and that'll make shared (.so) libraries just fine?
> 
> Well, that was certainly a relief. That very much describes the C
> interface I made already. I'm working on a alternate ports listing
> system, and I wanted to use something that I didn't mind programming
> in /and/ I knew should be available on any FreeBSD system without
> requireing more port installs, so I went with C or C++. I want it to
> be easy to write back-end database modules, in case people don't want
> to use the two that I write (SQLite2 and a my own flat-file system).
> There are only three functions that need wrapped: open, query, close.
> Open returns that void* pointer, query and close take it as the first
> argument.
> 
> Any ideas on the C interpreter? It's been a while since I've done a
> lot of C/C++.


        hi jim,


        the bestt one i know of is free, named ch.  cost only $25 for the
        whole deal.   used mostly by the hardware sectoor so far.  i'd
        like to see it be adopted by the open ource folks too.    i
        haven't used it much so far becuse my C progras are mostly for
        myself and < 1000 lines.  v. small company, forget the name.

        gary

> 
> Thanks,
> -Jim Stapleton
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