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* a test of set containers.
* Languages should define swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ to be
* an entity of their native pointer type which can be
* included in a STL container.
* For example:
* swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ is GC_VALUE in Ruby
* swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ is SwigPtr_PyObject in python
%module li_std_set
%include <std_string.i>
%include <std_set.i>
%include <std_vector.i>
// Use language macros since Java and C# don't have multiset support (yet)
// and uses different naming conventions.
#if defined(SWIGRUBY) || defined(SWIGPYTHON)
%include <std_multiset.i>
%template(set_int) std::multiset<int>;
%template(v_int) std::vector<int>;
%template(set_string) std::set<std::string>;
#elif defined(SWIGJAVA) || defined(SWIGCSHARP)
// This operator is only defined because it's needed to store objects of
// type Foo in std::set in C++, we don't need to wrap it.
%ignore operator<;
%inline %{
struct Foo
explicit Foo(int n) : n(n) {}
int n;
friend bool operator<(Foo foo1, Foo foo2)
return foo1.n < foo2.n;
%template(IntSet) std::set<int>;
%template(StringSet) std::set<std::string>;
%template(FooSet) std::set<Foo>;
#if defined(SWIGRUBY)
%template(LanguageSet) std::set<swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ>;
#if defined(SWIGPYTHON)
%template(pyset) std::set<swig::SwigPtr_PyObject>;