kasper at 303.nu
Sun Jun 23 21:28:12 CEST 2002
Frank Heckenbach wrote:
> In short, a unit consists of an interface and an implementation
> part. The interface can contain declarations (const, type, var) and
> routine headers. The implementation contains normal declaration and
> routines with bodies, including those that were declared in the
> interface (but may have some private routines). When a program or
> another unit does `uses Foo', it gets access to the declarations in
> the interface of the unit.
> So indeed, such a library should be a unit -- or perferably, several
> units for the different C libraries.
Ok, I will spend some time making units of the wrappers, and I will upload
the results to the GPC homepage.
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