Re: creating linux so files instead of dll files
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 13:30:21 -0000
In article <email@example.com>, marvin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Shared libraries often are called as shared objects. On most UNIX systems
>they are denoted with a .so suffix; HP-UX uses a .sl suffix and Microsoft
>refer to them as DLLs (dynamic link libraries).
>i decided not to mess with these shared libraries on windows or linux. i
>doubt it is going to be that much easier in linux.
>it probably just looks easy to do. i better just forget about using swing.
>i think tcl/tk would be cool if you knew how to use
>shared libraries with swig.
>i need to stay wiith something more basic and make my life easier.
There's generally plenty of sympathy and even enthusiasm
hereabouts for making life easier. Did you get what you
wanted? Was it an example of use of a Linux-hosted shared
library with Tcl and Swig?
If your requirement is just to work with a shared library,
you might find ffidl suits you even better than Swig.
Cameron Laird <email@example.com>
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