[LC++] function adresses member/nonmember
julien at c-lab.de
Sun Jul 15 18:46:10 UTC 2007
I've got a problem. I have a class which implements a kind of
callback-function signature is:
char** (Midish_rl::*)(const char *, int, int);
But the external c-library complains about the 'Midish_rl' part in it.
I tried writing a wrapper function, but for that I need an object, which it
can use interally. I tried defining one in one cpp-file, but also need to use
it in another.
I think I'm going wrong here. Can anyone help me, what to do about it?
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