[clean-list] Communicating with other programs
Thu, 15 Nov 2001 14:10:23 +0100
Marco Kesseler M.Kesseler@aia.nl, schrieb
>And of course, you can also call a Clean executable from a C
Is there a documentation somewhere. After reading the hToClean readme, I got the impression that
only calling a C function is possible.
Calling a ready Clean function into C would be easier than calling a program from Clean (at
least for me, because I am not that fit in the Clean I/O GUI; but I am working to improve it) .
For example: Ferret lets you call C or Fortran functions, but would it be possible to make a C
function which in turn calls a Clean function and compile this to a C function and call it from
To make it Clear: Is it possible to include in a C program (#include Clean_program.obj) a Clean
function and then compile this C program to an executable C program for your target machine? And
this C program then can be used in other tools (GNU-plot, Ferret, IDL, Yorick,...).