SWIG CallBack from C++ into Java-Class

"HalloUlrich" <halloulrich@web.de>
12 Apr 2007 07:55:26 -0700
I tried from Java-Example in SWIG:

  public static void main(String[] args)
    System.out.println("Adding and calling a normal C++ callback");

    Caller caller = new Caller();
    Callback callback = new Callback();


    callback = new JavaCallback();

    System.out.println("Adding and calling a Java callback");


    // Test that a double delete does not occur as the object has
already been deleted from the C++ layer.
    // Note that the garbage collector can also call the delete()
method via the finalizer (callback.finalize())
    // at any point after here.

    System.out.println("java exit");

class JavaCallback extends Callback
  public JavaCallback()

  public void run()


But the Call into Java does not work. (Both callbacks only in c++).
Knows somebody why?

Regards, Ulrich

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