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spideros1



Joined: 17 Jan 2004
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spideros1
Program that I attached it test of DLL loading in new C library version.
New features:
- loading DLLs on demand
- lazy symbol binding
- number of loaded DLLs is limited only by free RAM
- DLLs can use another DLLs
- better dlfcn.h support
- fast symbol search using hash table

If you open debug board you'll be able to see effect of lazy binding. I made DLL linking similar to that in Windows. I wrote few tools that generate import and export files. When DLL is compiled few files are created:
filename.dll - DLL file
libfilename.dll.a - DLL import file (to be linked with application)
libfilename_s.a - static archive (can be linked with app)


Description: DLL test
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Post 25 Jan 2005, 15:37
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daneel



Joined: 19 May 2004
Posts: 56
daneel
and what about your browser ? do you use any dll ?
Post 25 Jan 2005, 22:27
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spideros1



Joined: 17 Jan 2004
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Location: Poland
spideros1
Now I can use plugins for browser. I want to make image codecs and other stuff as dynamically loaded plugins.
I just have to make version of C library that will be linked with DLLs.
Post 26 Jan 2005, 07:49
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