recently announced that he has committed C bindings for the KDE3/Qt3 libraries to
KDE’s CVS. Richard generated the C bindings automatically using a hacked kdoc, with relatively little manual intervention. According to him, “The bindings wrap about
800 classes [and] 13,000 methods, with 200k [lines of code] of C/C++
generated.” The same hacked kdoc can also generate Objective C and Java bindings, and Richard hopes to be able to consolidate generation of these various KDE bindings (Java/Objective C/C) with this one tool.” Get the rest of the news at .DOT KDE.