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Re: DLLs under Linux


> IIRC you can import particular symbols from DLL (functions) too.
> But really, DLL is a Windows term, DSO is Unixish. They differ
> mostly in the fact that DLL exports only specified functions
> whereas DSO exports all, but I'm not sure whether it has to be
> always so.

A very, very important question:

	Does Visual C++ 6.0 suppoert dlopen()?
	How to create the .dso files with VC++?

Felix Kollmann, DG5PT

Future Interactive 

email: fkollmann@gmx.net

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