Open source my OIOIC, a completely new object-oriented mechanism for the C.

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    Open source my OIOIC, a completely new object-oriented mechanism for the C.

    OIOIC is a completely new object-oriented mechanism for the C programming language.
    Please download the "OIOIC-Primer-2nd-Edition-English.tar.gz". (the English version of << OIOIC Primer >> )
    http://code.google.com/p/oioic/downloads/list

    Welcome your advice!

    Using OIOIC, you can describe the flower, birds, grass, insects, trees, houses ...
    Using OIOIC, you can describe the elements, atoms, protons, electrons ...
    Using OIOIC, you can describe the earth, the sun, the Milky Way galaxy, collapsar ...
    Using OIOIC, you can describe ...

    1. OIOIC perfectly supplies the gap of object-oriented technology for the C programming language;
    2. OIOIC perfectly solved the multiple inheritance problem in the Software World;
    3. OIOIC perfectly objectivizes multithreading access control of object;
    4. OIOIC unifies the norm of components in the Software World;
    5. OIOIC unifies the structure of code tree in the Software World;
    6. OIOIC unifies the thinking of object-oriented programming in the Software World;
    7. OIOIC unifies all advanced programming languages in the Software World, to make the C programming language as the preferred.
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    All I can say is WOW! You should submit this to subgenius.
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    I have packed the English version individually.
    Please download the "OIOIC-Primer-2nd-Edition-English.tar.gz". (the English version of << OIOIC Primer >> )
    http://code.google.com/p/oioic/downloads/list

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    All I can say is , nice way to reinvent the wheel. The gap of OO for C is already filled, thats what C++ is...
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    nice job dude .
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    I don't get it...
    If someone wants OOP stuff, why not move to C++ o.O?
    It's like... Me re-inventing the light/lamp in the exact same way as (dammit forgot name!) the one who made the first light/lamp, just prolly make it a bit worse, since this isn't made by the C people and thus isn't standard.. I simply don't get it xP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akkernight View Post
    (dammit forgot name!)
    Thomas Edison?

    Ontopic: I can agree with the replies here.
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    Yes, Edison it was xP
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    Actually Edison DID NOT invent the lightbulb; he in fact bought the patent.

    And the modern tungsten filament bulb was a whole different group of people again with yet another patent (General Electric).

    ps. I think the OP is being tongue-in-cheek, but I didn't look at the source to see if it was real...i just read the literature
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    GNU C Function and Macro Index -- glibc reference manual
    The C Book -- nice online learner guide
    Current ISO draft standard
    CCAN -- new CPAN like open source library repository
    3 (different) GNU debugger tutorials: #1 -- #2 -- #3
    cpwiki -- our wiki on sourceforge

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK27
    Actually Edison DID NOT invent the lightbulb; he in fact bought the patent.

    And the modern tungsten filament bulb was a whole different group of people again with yet another patent (General Electric).
    The history seems to be far more complex than that; at least it does not involve software patents

    Quote Originally Posted by MK27
    ps. I think the OP is being tongue-in-cheek, but I didn't look at the source to see if it was real...i just read the literature
    The fellow posted the same thing at CodeGuru.com, so it might have been a serious, if misguided or at least grossly exaggerated, attempt.
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    Well, it's a good attempt at whatever it was.

    It has been done before, perhaps the most notable example is glib (note: not glibc). But another common, and well developed "OO" addon to C is eC.

    Not sure how the hello world example, is object orientated in any sense of the word. In fact I'd say you took C backwards, going against the standard function naming convention (lowercase) and defining some odd looking types.
    Code:
    SI32 Main(SI32 argc, SI8 ** argv)
    {
       printf("Hello World\n");
       return 0;
    }
    A define and a few ugly typedefs and you've got a OIOIC program .

    It's also terribly cryptic, not sure what was wrong with C++? You seem to be following a similar path (multiple inheritence, but destroying C compatibility).

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    Last edited by pervise.zhao; 04-27-2009 at 09:01 AM.

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    I have created WGI based on OIOIC. Now I issue the Demo project of WGI 1.0.0. Here to download the Demo project source code:Downloads - oic-wgi - Project Hosting on Google Code
    What WGI? WGI is doing what MFC has done, to encapsulate API, BUT WGI uses OIOIC, instead of C++.

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    He's obviously spamming it everywhere, it's here, too.

    Appreciate the effort, dude, but you're overdoing the marketing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rags_to_riches View Post
    Appreciate the effort, dude, but you're overdoing the marketing.
    Isn't that what this forum section is for?
    C programming resources:
    GNU C Function and Macro Index -- glibc reference manual
    The C Book -- nice online learner guide
    Current ISO draft standard
    CCAN -- new CPAN like open source library repository
    3 (different) GNU debugger tutorials: #1 -- #2 -- #3
    cpwiki -- our wiki on sourceforge

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