18. Dynamically linked libraries

Marlene Müller , Sigbert Klinke and Daniela Pabst
28 July 2004

This tutorial describes the use of a dynamically linked library (DLL) written in a language as C/C++ or Fortran within XploRe. There are reasons why linking a DLL can be useful:


Note that the DLL mechanism has only been tested with Solaris (Sun), Linux (PC) and Windows 95/NT (PC).

Whenever we refer here to "dynamically linked library" we mean "dynamic linked library" under Windows and "shared object library" under Unix/Linux.