Am 04.06.2014 23:27, schrieb Thorsten Froehlich:
>> - Another step performed by vfeSession::SetOptions() might be easily
>> POVMS_Object ropts (obj) ;
>> Note that while obj is of type POVMSObject, ropts is of type
>> POVMS_Object. Fun, huh? :-P What that class does is... well, I actually
>> have no clear idea :) But browsing through povmscpp.h, in which that
>> type is defined, we find that its parent class POVMS_Container has some
>> friend functions called POVMS_SendMessage(), so it is apparently tied to
>> the actual sending of the message.
> You do not need it to send a message! The C++ class is nothing more than a
> wrapper around the C functions of POVMS. You can send messages with the C API
> Or you can mix the C and C++ APIs pretty much as much as you want - like the
> quoted code does. The history behind it is trivial: The C++ API was written
> years after the C API, so there was lots of C API code around and no need to
> convert it to C++.
> For a beginner, I would recommend using the POVMS C++ API exclusively because it
> greatly reduces the risk of memory leaks and pointer errors.
Thanks for the clarification.
You don't happen to have any documentation for it, do you?
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