[fpc-devel]DEXE files?

Michael.VanCanneyt at Wisa.be Michael.VanCanneyt at Wisa.be
Sat Nov 18 12:50:45 CET 2000

On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, Sergey Korshunoff wrote:

> * Replying to a msg in RU.FREE.PASCAL (RU.FREE.PASCAL)
> Hello, startx.
> 15 HÏÑ 00 11:20, Michail A.Baikov wrote to all:
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>  MB>  ƒ Forwarded from NETMAIL by All (2:5020/1305.201)
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>  MB> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>  MB> From: startx <startx at geocities.com>
>  MB> To: fpc-devel at deadlock.et.tudelft.nl
>  MB> Reply-To: fpc-devel at deadlock.et.tudelft.nl
>  MB> Hi to all,
>  MB> somebody knows how to create/load DEXE files? There is a little
>  MB> mention in docs, but not enough to make a try, it seems...
>  MB> I'm interested in loading modules at runtime instead of making a one
>  MB> big app, under DOS (GO32) environment.
> As I know, DEXE allow only one entry point. Is it what You need?
> FPC currently do not support WDOSX extender. But if You like DLL, try
> to look WDOSX: may be there is no big work to transform Win32
> EXE from FPC to DOS application (WDOSX has tool, which automaticaly
> convert a DELPHI4 made console application to a DOS application).
> More interesting: this application can load DLL's (there is
> some system DLL from WDOSX already).
> Regards,
>     Sergey Korshunoff
> PS: sorry for missing URL. If You can't found it by some internet
> search engine, then I would try to search this URL in my archives.

I have the URL bookmarked at work so I can send it if needed.


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