The C application programming interface (API) enables to embed
CSL in your own application as a macro language or write your own
libraries for CSL.
The C API uses the standard linkage of the system (__stdcall for Windows, _System
for OS/2) so in fact every compiler should be able to use it. However for
compilers not listed below there are
usually some modifications necessary in the header file ZBase.h.
In case the object format differs from microsoft, a new LIB file must be created by
a tool like IMPLIB.
Below you find the list of currently tested compilers. If you have adapted and
tested another successfully, please let
|IBM VisualAge C++ for OS/2
|IBM VisualAge C++ for Windows
|Microsoft Visual C++
|Borland C++ (free commandline tools)
|GNU GCC and mingw32
|GNU GCC and cygwin
||2.91.57 / B20.1
|GNU GCC on unixish systems