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Hi, I wonder if now or eventually Nectar could be used in the following way:
MessageBoxW(null, 'Hello, World!', 'Hi!', 0);
Then I somehow defined the FFI information so that Nectar knows this function I'm invoking is a part of the platform's/target's API.
And then I compile this code using Nectar and have a binary which invokes the Windows API
Also, this might be a better fit for a separate issue, but anyway: I see you are providing people with keys to access Nectar while it's in alpha and also this repo doesn't include any source code. How are you going to provide Nectar when it makes out of alpha? Is it going to be open source? Free or paid?
Hi @TomasHubelbauer ,
We are refactoring everything, adding multi compilers cross platforms options, that's why there is no source code right now
The core src code for compilers will be open source, i will add everything in the next days
We actually use kind of FFI to be able to use existing libs, like arduino's etc
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