Making a DLL From a Shared Library
janina at rednote.net
Fri Jan 7 15:03:41 UTC 2005
I wouldn't consider such a discussion relevant to this list.
Just my imho.
John J. Boyer writes:
> my braille translator and back-translotor which handles 16-bit unicode
> is now a shared library. I need to port it to Windows as a Dll, and
> time is of the essence. So I would appreciate some quick help. What
> changes to the C code and the Makefile do
> i need to make to compile it as a Windows DLL? I have Cygwin with all
> the development tools. If `you have a shared library which you have
> ported to Windows I would appreciate it if you could send it to me
> privately. I will agree not to reveal the source code if you wish, just
> to study it.
> John J. boyer; Executive Director, Chief Software Developer
> Computers to Help People, Inc.
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