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On Sat, 2012-12-29 at 15:40 -0800, Edward Hennessy wrote:
> On Dec 29, 2012, at 3:09 PM, Stefan Salewski wrote:
> > How difficult is it to access Libraries like CGAL or BOOST from Vala?
> It is very easy to interface to C by creating a vapi file. However, I
> have not seen an interface to a C++ library. The functionality of Boost
> may be available in other libraries, such as GIO and GEE.

I think unfortunately GIO and GEE have no heap like data structures with
O(log n) access times, or even O(1) for push and decrease key operation
for bibonacci queue. 

> I didn't know there was a computational geometry library available. I'll
> have to look at that later...

I am not aware of any serious one beside of CGAL and unmaintained gts
library. For Vala the swig C++ interface generator may work, at least in

Best regards,

Stefan Salewski

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