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FFI::Raw - libffi bindings for Perl

This month, Dylan Cali from Bank of America will be giving a talk on FFI::Raw and his ZeroMQ Perl binding that uses it: ZMQ::FFI. FFI stands for Foreign Function Interface, and it is another way to access native libraries from dynamic languages. FFI::Raw provides an API on to libffi, allowing you to call native library functions with pure Perl code!

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  • Tushar S.

    Disappointed that I cannot make it! I know that this isn't a discussion group, but perhaps I can get a question answered?

    I was wondering if there was a way to wrap C++ functions that take references, for instance:

    int hash (char *s, ulong64 &h);

    Do I need a function to wrap this before FFI::Raw kicks in?

    June 25, 2014

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