C++/Tcl

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C++/Tcl
Written in C++
Type library or framework

C++/Tcl is a software programming library interface which allows the integration of C++ into Tcl and vice versa.

The C++/Tcl library was inspired by the Boost.Python[1] library and was designed to provide a similar interface.

Currently, the C++/Tcl library offers the following features:

  1. Facilities for both extending Tcl with C++ modules and embedding Tcl in C++ applications.
  2. Possibility to expose free C++ functions as commands in Tcl.
  3. Possibility to define classes and class member functions, visible in Tcl in the style similar to SWIG wrappers.
  4. Possibility to manipulate Tcl lists and objects from the C++ code.

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