In article <20030502170141.A67817 / freeze.org>,
Jim Freeze  <jim / freeze.org> wrote:
>Hi folks.
>
>This may be a bit off topic, but it is ruby related.
>
>I can't seem to get swig to work when my function
>has a pointer argument. Here is my simple example:
>
>
>swig -version
>
>SWIG Version 1.3.9u-20030501-1037
>Copyright (c) 1995-1998
>University of Utah and the Regents of the University of California
>Copyright (c) 1998-2001
>University of Chicago

Lyle did a good job of answering your question, but I have one more 
suggestion: 
swig 1.3.9 is pretty old now, the current version is 1.3.19 and there have 
been a lot of improvements especially when it comes to wrapping C++.


Phil