|Subject:||Re: [Haskell-cafe] FFI, C/C++ and undefined references|
|From:||wren ng thornton|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Jan 2010 21:33:21 -0500|
Stephen Tetley wrote:
Also binding to a C library is easier than binding to a C++ one, if you can think of another library rather than SRILM that will meet your needs...
Alas, SRILM really is the standard tool for this so there aren't other (worthwhile) options AFAIK. But it's pretty standard for people to bind to SRILM as though it were C, since C bindings are standardized and C++ is a nightmare. I haven't done the gory details myself but I sat next to someone who did.
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