From: Boris (boriss_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-20 17:42:03
When a library is loaded the return type of shared_library::open() or
shared_library::is_open() can be used to detect whether the library was
loaded successfully. When shared_library::call() is called the return type
can be used to detect whether the exported map function could be called.
But is there another function like is_open() which could be called
afterwards to check if the map function was called successfully? The
datatype basic_type_map only provides get() and no empty(). It would be
required to call get() first and operate on the returned std::map type to
see if it contains any factories?
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