From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 04 2003 - 23:38:56 EST
Yeah, so there are two ways that I can think of to do
1) ifdef out a bunch of functions, reorganize code,
change your makefiles, and then link them in
2) Copy over the unix loadAllPlugins function from
AP_UnixApp. This includes the "so_only" function. Call
this on application startup in some sort of initialize
function. Build and install the plugins without
changing a line of code.
You can pretty much guess which one I'd rather do. And
it ain't #1.
--- Seth Delackner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 08:56:33PM -0500, Mark
> Gilbert wrote:
> > I don't know that you have, this is a good idea (I
> fooled around with it
> > long back, when I knew a lot less about the
> system, and got nowhere).
> Well, all I really care about are the image and file
> converters. Near as I can
> tell most of the ones that work are essentially
> unchanged from the pre-plugin
> incarnations they had. I hope the answer isn't that
> I just ifdef out the
> function definitions.
> Why am I doing this? I have no idea how to load the
> plugins at runtime in the
> abiconvert tool. Eventually I would like to shift
> to doing that.
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