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for MinGW under MS-Windows

(Current version 0.6)

The following lists things which still need to be addressed before this library can be considered version 1.0.
  1. Make sure that it works very well with many different software (to prove that the concept is good and that the functionality is really available).
  2. Change the memory allocation so it is system global and accessible by any process. This is really only for public modules which we may not really have too many of and thus it may not be necessary. At this time, DLLs are publicly loaded so if you need a public module, look into creating a DLL anyway...
  3. Test with languages other than C and C++ and see if it works well for those too.
  4. Create a new script for ld to link this new kind of modules -- instead of using the -r option and the EDLL_ADDLIB() function (this require the normalization of the .load section).
  5. Change strip so these modules can have their debug stripped out, but not their relocation symbols.
  6. Make sure strip can just strip out the debug info out of an exe.
If you are a programmer and you think you can help with any of these points, please, let me know!

This page was created by Alexis Wilke (c) 2005-2006
Last updated on September 17, 2007 at 20:38