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Re: Problems exporting my DLL functions...
Am Sonntag, 18. August 2002 um 07:43 schriebst du:
>> > Ok, what I want is to write a simple DLL...
>> As I have discovered, the instructions in the FAQ et al are HORRIBLY out
>> of date, due to General Meanness (TM).
>> gcc now has a '-shared' flag that makes DLL creation much easier.
>> Invoke it like so:
>> gcc -o mydll.dll -shared file1.o file2.o file3.o
> First, thanx for your answer...
> but it says:
> gcc: unrecognized option `-shared' ...maybe my version is too old - I
> will look for a newer version today!
You'll need the latest version of binutils since -shared is a command
for the linker. Though updating GCC cannot harm if you use an older
> But I don't really understand the "-shared" flag - perhaps because i do
> not know very much about the compiler. I have only one file (khook.c) i
> want to compile to a dll... that would be my file1.o (khook.o)?!?
gcc -o khook.o -c khook.o
gcc -shared -o mydll.dll khook.o
> But what are file2.o and file2.o in this case - from where do they come
> where do they go ? :-)
Other files for your DLL if you want to include others too.
> And what parameters do I need for the dlltool after that?
dlltool is deprecated, you don't need it, its all done by GCC and the
"All faults& bugs are mine - Robert"
from squid/acinclude.m4, Sun Apr 21 05:21:21 2002
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