July 08, 2019
It's rough and ready - no proper build and not at all well-tested.  But it will definitely work in time since it uses the fork of libcling for cppyy that's used at scale for CERN. cppyy generates python bindings for C++ code on the fly using the cling interpreter (it handles templates by doing the specialisation at python runtime).

I'm a bit short of time, so putting this out here in case it's useful for anyone - might be some months before I get to look at it again.

https://github.com/kaleidicassociates/cpp-reflect-d

ROOT:
https://github.com/root-project/root

https://cppyy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

http://wlav.web.cern.ch/wlav/Cppyy_LavrijsenDutta_PyHPC16.pdf

February 23
https://youtu.be/7teqrCNzrD8

https://t.co/2iAWdO9cXA

Alexandru Militaru speaks to Compiler Research Group, IRIS-HEP at Princeton about his work at @SymmetryInvest  using CERN's cling to compile and call C++ from our internal domain specific language, SIL.

#dlang #cling