and the corresponding cc file, it seems that cockroachDB has its own C wrapper around RocksDB C++ functions. Not sure why no one tried to swig the C++ code.
Looks like swig does interoperate with Go. I think one thing to try would be performance. Maybe swig produces a less performant code than cgo? Any performance decrease at this level would significantly affect us.
OTOH, if there’s no performance decrease and swig allows us to use C++ apis, that’d be worth investigating. Also, how bad the code has to look to be able to use C++ apis, in terms of swig vs cgo.
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