[ODE] Visual Studio project files
kwizatz at aeongames.com
Mon Feb 27 15:08:15 MST 2006
On close examination, MinGW exports all symbols if the flag -shared is
given at link time and there is no declspec directive.
The macro is there, but indeed, the function declarations are missing
the DLL macro in front of them, all it should take would be to
add it, I think this approach would be better since adding or removing
functions would not require going in and edit the .def file as well
(which is something easily overlooked by *nix users).
J. Perkins wrote:
>On 2/27/06, Rodrigo Hernandez <kwizatz at aeongames.com> wrote:
>>Actually, thats not true, you dont need a def file, just define the DLL
>>macro as done in config.h, and add a preprocessor definition of
>>DLL_EXPORT for the DLL project.
>Really? I thought you had to put the DLL macro in front of every
>function definition in that case. I'll give it a try, thanks!
>Nevertheless, I would still propose that all features are enabled by
>default, but this would make them a lot easier to turn off.
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