If someone has experience using SWIG, I could use a 1000 foot overview on how the SWIGification process is supposed to work.
The documentation says:
"The output of SWIG is a C/C++ file that contains all of the wrapper code needed to build an extension module"
but i'm not sure how that becomes a .NET wrapper class. how the process works from start to finish still isn't very clear to me.
dear moderator -
since this is not garnering any replies here, can you please move this to the c# forum? thank you.