KDirect is a tool created to simplify the process of interfacing C libraries
to Haskell. It is similar to Haskell Direct, yet much less powerful.
Why then use it? KDirect is (hopefully) easier to use and more
portable. It relies on
QForeign library, so if you want to
use KDirect, install QForeign
first. I mirror the version, which should be compatible with KDirect.
Download QForeign here.
Download KDirect here.
Read here about relations between QForeign, KDirect
All HTML pages are included in the distribution, so you can read them offline.
Table of contents
- Features - what can you do?
- Tutorial - how can you do it?
- Quick reference
- Contact - how can you report bugs or say you like KDirect?