BridJ is an innovative native bindings library that lets Java programmers use native libraries (written in C, C++, ObjectiveC and more) in a very natural way (inspired by the great JNA, with better performance, C++ and generics added).
- Added support for the Android / arm platform (issue #69)
- Added Pointer.clone() that duplicates the pointed memory (requires a pointer with bounds information)
- Added various pre-packaged specialized subsets of BridJ : c-only, windows-only, macosx-only, unix-only, linux-only, ios-only, android (see details on the wiki)
- Added Pointer.allocateDynamicCallback(DynamicCallback, callingConv, returnType, paramTypes…)
- Added BridJ native library path override : one can set the BRIDJ_LIBRARY environment variable or the “bridj.library” property to the full path of libbridj.so/.dylib/.dll
- Fixed behaviour in environments with a null default classloader (as in Scala 2.9.0)
- Added support for Java 1.5 (issue #57)
- Added support for MacOS X 10.4, 10.5 (was previously restricted to 10.6)
Special thanks to Atsushi Eno, whose testing and many patch proposals were instrumental in getting BridJ to work on Android.
By the way : anyone can contribute to the project by reporting bugs here.