October 15, 2012
Hello everyone.

I creating interface for gpgme (http://www.gnupg.org/related_software/gpgme/) and have several problems:

1. Library have variable with D keyword name:
/* The version string of the installed engine.  */
  char *version;

How can I create this variable in D interface?

2. Have an error in static function:
gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror (void);

static inline gpgme_error_t
gpgme_error_from_syserror (void)
{
  return gpgme_error (gpgme_err_code_from_syserror ());
}

When I write D code like this:

gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror();

gpgme_error_t gpgme_error_from_syserror() {
   return gpgme_error(gpgme_err_code_from_syserror());
}

I got error:

In function `gpgme_error_from_syserror':
src/main.d:(.text.gpgme_error_from_syserror+0x5): undefined reference to `gpgme_err_code_from_syserror'
--- errorlevel 1
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

Anyone knows how to fix this?

Thanks and sorry for my English.
October 15, 2012
On 2012-10-15 13:37, Oleg wrote:

> 2. Have an error in static function:
> gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror (void);
>
> static inline gpgme_error_t
> gpgme_error_from_syserror (void)
> {
>    return gpgme_error (gpgme_err_code_from_syserror ());
> }
>
> When I write D code like this:
>
> gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror();
>
> gpgme_error_t gpgme_error_from_syserror() {
>     return gpgme_error(gpgme_err_code_from_syserror());
> }
>
> I got error:
>
> In function `gpgme_error_from_syserror':
> src/main.d:(.text.gpgme_error_from_syserror+0x5): undefined reference to
> `gpgme_err_code_from_syserror'
> --- errorlevel 1
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>
> Anyone knows how to fix this?
>
> Thanks and sorry for my English.

You need to declare all functions you want to use from C as:

extern (C) gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror();

Then you also need to link with the C library.

http://dlang.org/interfaceToC.html

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October 15, 2012
On Monday, 15 October 2012 at 11:42:41 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2012-10-15 13:37, Oleg wrote:
>
>
> You need to declare all functions you want to use from C as:
>
> extern (C) gpgme_err_code_t gpgme_err_code_from_syserror();
>
> Then you also need to link with the C library.
>
> http://dlang.org/interfaceToC.html


I have extern wrapper:

extern (C) {

  // code here

}


October 15, 2012
There is code
http://pastebin.com/KyhFdx36


October 15, 2012
On Monday, 15 October 2012 at 11:37:22 UTC, Oleg wrote:

>
> I got error:
>
> In function `gpgme_error_from_syserror':
> src/main.d:(.text.gpgme_error_from_syserror+0x5): undefined reference to `gpgme_err_code_from_syserror'
> --- errorlevel 1
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>
> Anyone knows how to fix this?
>
> Thanks and sorry for my English.

I think you missed a library with err codes and functions. You should used -L compiler flag or pragma(lib, "nameoflib");
October 15, 2012
On Mon, 15 Oct 2012 06:46:40 -0500, Oleg <gaolong@i.ua> wrote:

> There is code
> http://pastebin.com/KyhFdx36
>
>

Looks pretty good, haven't tried it or anything yet.

One suggestion that I would make is that you have code like:
enum _gpgme_attr_t {
...
}
alias _gpgme_attr_t gpgme_attr_t;


It would probably be better to just use:
enum gpgme_attr_t { ... } from the beginning.

Also the names of the particular fields do not have to match exactly.
In a few C projects, you will find a field with the name 'version' which is a D keyword.

It seems to work just fine if you simply change it to 'ver' on similar.

Take a look at the deimos project to see a few examples in action.
(Also please attempt to get it into deimos if that is what you are thinking about.)
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October 16, 2012
On 2012-10-16 01:33, 1100110 wrote:

> Also the names of the particular fields do not have to match exactly.
> In a few C projects, you will find a field with the name 'version' which
> is a D keyword.
>
> It seems to work just fine if you simply change it to 'ver' on similar.
>
> Take a look at the deimos project to see a few examples in action.
> (Also please attempt to get it into deimos if that is what you are
> thinking about.)

For structs the size only need to be the same. Depending on how you operate on the struct the size of the individual fields, alignment and padding should match as well.

-- 
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October 16, 2012
On Tue, 16 Oct 2012 01:42:07 -0500, Jacob Carlborg <doob@me.com> wrote:

> On 2012-10-16 01:33, 1100110 wrote:
>
>> Also the names of the particular fields do not have to match exactly.
>> In a few C projects, you will find a field with the name 'version' which
>> is a D keyword.
>>
>> It seems to work just fine if you simply change it to 'ver' on similar.
>>
>> Take a look at the deimos project to see a few examples in action.
>> (Also please attempt to get it into deimos if that is what you are
>> thinking about.)
>
> For structs the size only need to be the same. Depending on how you operate on the struct the size of the individual fields, alignment and padding should match as well.
>

That's what I suspected, but It's nice to know that for a fact.
Thank you.
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