Last week I played around with the VTK_IGNORE_BTX setting that I recently added to VTK. This setting tells VTK to ignore the markers that it used to use to block off code that its old wrapper-parser was unable to parse. My new parser has no such difficulties, and after a week of checking the VTK dashboards to see how they responded, I have decided that it is safe to let the new parser to ignore these old markers and just parse everything. This is a big score, because it means that I have successfully managed to create a full C++ parser. I'm not claiming that it is fully compliant to the standard, but it is darn close.
With this, the wrapper project is finally, ahem, wrapping up. I still have a large wish list of things that I would like to add to the project, but for now I have to move on to other things. Hopefully I will have time to come back to this project and fill in my wish list bit-by-bit.