[Haskell-cafe] C++ interface with Haskell
d.w.mead at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 10:40:44 EDT 2008
write the C wrapper that calls haskell, then link that to your C++ objects
I think what you're really asking is how to call C from C++
2008/4/16 Miguel Lordelo <miguellordelo at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Well...somehow I'm a beginner in Haskell. But actually my interest in
> Haskell will increase if it is possible to call a haskell function in C++.
> Something like GreenCard ( http://www.haskell.org/greencard/ ) simplifying
> the task of interfacing Haskell programs to external libraries (usually).
> But is there also a task to interface a foreign language with Haskell, but
> calling Haskell functions. Or c2hs which is an interface generator that
> simplifies the development of Haskell bindings to C libraries.
> I want to know this, because in my company some guys are doing some
> testing with Frotran and MatLab and I want to show them the power of haskell
> and the software which we are using is implemented in C++ (there is the
> reason to make Haskel -> C++).
> I read somewhere that the only way for C++ calling a haskell function is
> to create a binding between Haskell and C and from C to C++, but a easy
> "Hello World" example was not there.
> Unfortunatelly I couldn't found anything usefull, like an complete
> example, or how to compile the code from haskell to C to C++.
> Can sombody help me, please :P
> Miguel Lordelo.
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