Subject: Re: [boost] 2nd try, New library proposal: PolicyLoader
From: Vicente Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-18 07:58:10
Rob Meijer-3 wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Nov 2009, Johan Nilsson wrote:
>> Rob Meijer wrote:
>> > I posted this to this list ones before (as the site sugests), and
>> > didn't
>> > get any response, possibly becource it is simply to useless for you
>> > guys
>> > to reply to, but I'm not sure.
>> > If it is indeed useless please let me know, so I know not to put any
>> > effort in it.
>> > The Open Computer Forensics Architecture Library (OcfaLib)
>> > hides a litle piece of template code for loading a class from a
>> > dynamically loaded library. Although this code is currently bound to
>> > OcfaLib and usage on *NIX systems, I wondered if the concept used
>> > would
>> > not be extendable to a generically usable library for this purpose.
>> Are you aware of (the proposed?) Boost.Extension library:
>> How would your suggestion compare to that?
>> Regards / Johan
> I wasn't. It seems extensions::shared_library would be quite usefull to
> build it on top of. I think I should discuss with the author if he feels
> it would be a good concept to add. I couldn't find any contact info on the
> author 'Jeremy Pack' in the source tree however.
> Unsubscribe & other changes:
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