What is the proper way to pass a void* to a C++ instance?
pixeloutlaw at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 04:27:59 UTC 2016
I'm working on a C++ project.
For example let's say I have a class called MyClass
In C++ I might have
void* ptr = new MyClass(); // Assume default constructor
What is the proper way to turn ptr into a cl_object?
What is the proper way to decode the encoded cl_object back to C++'s
void pointer so I can recast it?
I've read the documentation and tried a bunch of things.
Finally giving in and asking for a bit of direction since it's not
working as I'd expect.
I was using ecl_make_pointer(ptr) to try and make a cl_object
I was using ecl_to_pointer([formerly created cl_object here]) to try and
convert the cl_object pointer to a C++ void*
Maybe the bug is elsewhere or I'm not understanding...
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