[sword-devel] Bindings cleanups and others
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 20:41:28 MST 2012
If you're building with CMake you add the flag -DSWORD_BINDINGS="Perl"
to build the Perl bindings. Then after issuing your standard make
command you'll be prompted somewhere in the output with the next step.
After installing SWORD with a sudo make install you need to cd into
bindings/swig/perl and do a 'sudo make install' from there as well.
It's not quite as clean as it should be, but it works at present.
Report any problems you have with it.
On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 10:37 PM, Andrew Thule <thulester at gmail.com> wrote:
> Speaking of which, are the Perl bindings automatically generated with makes
> or are there additional steps required? I've had no success either finding
> documentation on generating the Perl bindings or in using them
> On Tuesday, August 28, 2012, Greg Hellings wrote:
>> For those of you who don't follow the SVN commit logs I have just
>> cleaned up a couple of compile warnings that the Python and Perl SWIG
>> bindings would throw during the install stage. Most notable changes
>> are removal of the Traversable() and Index() methods on the
>> sword::SWKey class. If you have code that uses those, you should
>> update it to use getTraversable/setTravsable and getIndex/setIndex.
>> These methods have been deprecated in the C++ library for a little
>> while now and were causing the bindings to give deprecation warnings
>> during compile.
>> There were also a few little cleanups of some code internal to the
>> bindings that were producing warnings. The Python bindings are now
>> clean, but the Perl bindings are still producing one or two warnings
>> (better than the 7 or so before!).
>> There are still lots of SWIG compiler warnings that I'd like to track
>> down, but the C warnings are now almost gone.
>> I have also updated CMake to install the Rahlfs's canon header file.
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