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Re: Calling functions from shared object libraries

by AgentM (Curate)
on Apr 23, 2001 at 06:20 UTC ( #74631=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Calling functions from shared object libraries

...and of course SWIG and Inline cannot go unmentioned. Seriously, this is a FAQ ten times over- please perform a simple search before asking typical questions. Thanks.
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Re: Re: Calling functions from shared object libraries
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 24, 2001 at 06:24 UTC
    Sorry about offending you.
    I actually have read the FAQs (and perldocs) and the USENET groups, many times over. I have looked at Dynalib and XS as well (I probably should have mentioned that in my original posting). The learning curve for XS is HUGE! and Dynalib by itself cannot do the trick, it even says so in it's documentation. I did not know about the C::Dynalib module, and it looks like it might work for me. Also, I did not know about SWIG, that is a great tool and I appreciate you mentioning it to me. My point to this whole question was that I was just wondering if there was a widely used and accepted module out there that had the very simple interface that Win32::API had, but for UNIX based systems, and apparently there isn't.
    I do thank you for your help and will be much more careful about how I phrase my questions.
    Warmest Regards.

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