jextract on large Windows header files
maurizio.cimadamore at oracle.com
Mon Feb 1 15:56:20 UTC 2021
> > It is possible for a client to insert an extra step in the middle
> > between parsing and generation, so as to allow for custom filtering
> > strategies.
> I would do this if jextract only had --filter by path when it left
> incubator stage, though I'm wary of going this route for now as I'd
> up replicating nearly all of the run() method including the standard
> command line parsing.
I see what you mean. Yeah - some duplication would be unavoidable in
this case - and while it might be acceptable in case a client wants
deep customization of the generated bindings, it might be perceived as
overkill in case of "simple" filtering.
> Jextract could also be made to emit an example of the
> file showing the initial view of included symbols.
This is also an idea that we have considered - e.g. in addition of
having a configuration file, have some sort of dry-run mode which will
just emit a configuation file, no sources/classes
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