extensions in Go as opposed to C++. I said that I wasn't aware that was
possible, and he said as far as he knew, it was. So I tried to find
information on it which turned up this post:
I was wondering if someone could explain the potential
usability/limitations of the approach in this example, in terms of "writing
extensions for other languages". I was under the impression that Go needed
to be the entry point, for its initialization, yet this seems to just start
the entry point from a C wrapper?
Anyways, interested to hear some information on this approach.
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