SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages.
What I know is that I never experienced these pain points learning Docker Swarm, Ansible, Linux in general, or really anything else for that matter. The only thing that comes to mind that was more painful was when I had to use SWIG to get some legacy C code working in a Java environment in a production manner. I wouldn't wish that on anyone. It was awful, not just for me but an entire team of people.
Is there a compiler that can compile source code into a bunch of source codes for different platforms?
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