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Subject [GitHub] [celix] pnoltes opened a new pull request #310: Adds initial impl for the C++ headers only wrappers
Date Sun, 03 Jan 2021 20:39:32 GMT

pnoltes opened a new pull request #310:
URL: https://github.com/apache/celix/pull/310

   ### WIP
   This PR is still work in progress.
   ### TODO
   - [ ] Update documentation for C++ wrapper usage
   - [ ] Update C++ examples (dynamic services & locking)
   - [ ] Add support for service factories
   - [ ] Add a Celix exception and use this.
   ### Intro 
   ThisPR introduces a (header only) C++ wrapper for the C Celix framework.
   A while back the idea was to introduce a C++ framework of Celix. 
   This idea has been abandoned (a new C++20 framework should be a different project).
   To make life easier when using C++ with Celix this PR introduces C++ wrappers around most
of the C Celix concepts:
    - Bundle Context
    - Bundle
    - Framework
    - Properties
    - Filter
    - Service Registration
    - Service Tracker
    - Bundle Tracker
    - Meta Tracker (service tracker tracker)
    - BundleActivator
   ### Async
   The C++ wrapper works on top of the async C celix API; this means that creating service
registration and trackers can be done inside a lock. 
   This also means that the C++ object wrapping service registration/trackers have a state
       celix::Properties props{};
       props["key1"] = "value1";
       auto svc = std::make_shared<CInterface>(CInterface{nullptr, nullptr});
       auto svcReg1 = ctx->registerService<CInterface>(svc)
               .addProperty("key2", "value2")
       std::atomic<int> count{0};
       auto tracker3 = ctx->trackServices<CInterface>()
               .addAddCallback([&count](const std::shared_ptr<CInterface>&)
                   count += 1;
               .addRemCallback([&count](const std::shared_ptr<CInterface>&)
                   count += 1;
   ### Fluent Builder API
   Most call in the C++ BundleContext use a fluent builder API to make configuring complex
service registration, trackers, etc more concise and readable. 
   ### BundleActivator Changes
   The CELIX_GEN_CXX_BUNDLE_ACTIVATOR macro has change so that it still support the C++ DepedencyManager
activator, but also support bundle activator which take a `std::shared_ptr<celix::BundleContext>`
as argument.

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