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/* This testcase shows a few simple ways to deal with the new initializer_list
introduced in C++11. */
%module cpp11_initializer_list
%warnfilter(SWIGWARN_TYPEMAP_INITIALIZER_LIST) B::B;
%ignore A::A(std::initializer_list<int>);
%ignore B::method;
%typemap(in) std::initializer_list<const char *> %{
$1 = {"Ab", "Fab"};
%}
%runtime %{
#if __GNUC__ >= 9
/* warning: ‘new’ of initializer_list does not extend the lifetime of the underlying array [-Winit-list-lifetime] */
/* incorrect warning for C::C(std::initializer_list<const char *>) */
#pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Winit-list-lifetime"
#endif
%}
%inline %{
#include <initializer_list>
#include <string>
class A {
public:
A(std::initializer_list<int>) {}
A() {}
A(double d) {}
};
class B {
public:
B(std::initializer_list<int>, std::initializer_list<double>) {}
B() {}
void method(std::initializer_list<int> init) {}
};
class C {
std::string joined;
public:
C(std::initializer_list<const char *> init) {
for (auto& val : init)
joined += val;
}
C() {}
const char * get_joined_string() {
return joined.c_str();
}
};
%}