I have a C++ function which looks like this:
string magicdiff(const string &a, const string &b);
Since from a linking viewpoint, those strings will behave like ordinary C
structs (right?) and I am not using any other feature of C++ I am thinking
about calling this from Go via the C interface without using SWIG. (Simpler
tool chain, less maintenance, ...)
Has anyone done this before and can share their experience, example code,
or useful helper functions?
side note: in order to get something running quickly, I wrapped the
function in a pure C function which uses a small struct called "mystring"
containing a char* and a length. (I need the length, because the strings
are binary data and can contain \0.) But before using this approach more
widely, I want to check if there are already best practices established.
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