I’m wondering if anyone here has experience with Delay-Loaded DLLs on Windows and might be able to provided a pointer to sample code.
Thanks — Peter
I am not sure I know what you mean by "delay loaded", but you can dynamically
load a dll. This relies on the application loading the dll by using the function LoadLibrary…
If an application does not explicitly call this, the OS determines when the dll should
—- Peter Castine
You can apparently also use the linker instruction /DELAYLOAD and have more flexible support for linking in DLL functions. However the explanation at < http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/151kt790.aspx> etc. is, as usual, a bit opaque.
I have since found a discussion at < http://www.codemaestro.com/articles/6> that’s reasonably straight forward.The big question for me right now is if CW8 will support this stuff. I’ve got enough to do right now without having to switch compiler on top of it…
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