[Ecls-list] Re: cl_def_c_function()

Julian Stecklina der_julian at web.de
Fri Mar 12 07:23:14 UTC 2004

Michael O'Connor <moconnor59 at yahoo.com> writes:

> However the callback funtion passed to
> cl_def_c_function() has to uniquely identify the C
> function that it's intending to call, and this is
> where the problem occurs. I'm trying to write a
> generic library routine that will behave as an
> intermediate callback function to do the translation
> etc., but this isn't possible without the library
> routine storing some state data to help indicate the
> actual callback function that needs to be called,
> hence my original question.

Ok, clearly I am lost here. :)

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