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Re: DLLs under Linux
Paul Tiseo wrote:
> >I guess it does, since Netscape and Mozilla supports plugins there.
> >Talking of which, look at NSPR for a portable abstraction of this.
> Catching up with old mail...
> What is NPSR?
NSPR is the Netscape Portable Runtime, a portable library for low-level
system access. Gives access to threads, files, dynamic library loading
and other similar stuff...
> Incidentally, anyone want to write an article on maintaining
> "as-easy-as-possible" portability when developing games on linux? I think
> that would be a hit. Seems like there are a few here with such experience.
> (Mine being lacking, of course. <g>)
I have a simple policy (and also insufficient by itself, but is anything
that easy? :-) ), which consist of taking care at what I am #including
and what I am linking with. For example, stdio.h passes the test, as
being somewhat standard. unistd.h does pass if you aim for Unixy
targets, but not if you aim for across the board.