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GIWS **** === Description === GIWS is basically the opposite of SWIG. When SWIG generates wrappers to call C/C++ functions/methods from other languages, GIWS creates wrapper for those who wants to call Java methods from C/C++. GIWS is widely used in Scilab (from version 5.0) to drive the rendering and the GUI. === Documentation === The best way to understand how to use GIWS is to read the examples Code using C++ generated files examples/*/main.cpp XML declaration files: examples/*/*.xml === Usage === ./giws -h to see the help Options : -o / --output-dir= <dir> : Where files should be generated -f / --description-file= <file> : Specify the declaration file to use -p / --per-package : Creates a file per package instead of a file per object -e / --throws-exception-on-error: Throws a C++ exception instead of an exit(EXIT_FAILURE) --header-extension-file : Specify the extension of the header file generated [Default : .hxx] --body-extension-file : Specify the extension of the body file generated [Default : .cpp] -v / --version : Displays the version and other information -h / --help : Displays the help === Dependencies === Obviously, as GIWS has been written in Python, it needs the Python interpretor to work. And that's it !