From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-16 10:10:30
Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> writes:
> At 01:35 AM 9/10/2003, Paul Hamilton wrote:
> >In building my stuff into windows DLL's, and getting all of the exports
> >right, I find that other boost libraries have also not been setup
> >correctly to be able to be used within a dll on windows.
> >All of the filesystem/path code needs to have __declspec's added to the
> >entry points so that it correctly imports when used externally, and
> >exports when used from within it's own library (just like Regex does).
> >I am happy to go ahead and do this work if nobody else has done it.
> Hum... There is a BOOST_HAS_DECLSPEC macro. There are
> BOOST_PYTHON_DECL, BOOST_SIGNALS_DECL, BOOST_REGEX_DECL, etc, macros,
> but not overall BOOST_DECL macro. What gives? I would have thought we
> would have had such an animal a long time ago. Or does every dll need
> its own?
Yes, if one DLL needs to use another, or if the user wants to mix linking
dynamically with lib1 but statically with lib2.
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