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Re: one more thing
>>If I did that, I'd be doing you a disservice. You don't want to mix and
>>match stuff from VC++ and gcc/g++. That's just asking for trouble. I'd
>>recommend just changing the reference to "stdio.h" and using gcc's. If
>>you simply *must* have 'cstdio', you can install the Boost package (see
>>'setup.exe') and then use its:
I can't really change the the header file. SWIG autogenerates
example_wrap.c, so if i start changing it around, i'll be in other kinds of
trouble. Here's what I've been reading, http://www.swig.org/tutorial.html
(scroll down to " Building a C# module")
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