[fpc-pascal]More BeOS fun..
Michael Van Canneyt
michael.vancanneyt at wisa.be
Wed Jun 20 09:19:28 CEST 2001
On Tue, 19 Jun 2001, Matt Emson wrote:
> > I need more information about how shared objects work. Does anybody know a
> > resource for Linux? (as BeOS is thin on the ground.) I can get C exports,
> > not using classes within the '.so'. I know it's possible - I'm going to
> take a
> > look at the way allegro does it, but does anyone have any pointers.
> Furhter to the above - I've got some feedback from a BeOS dev list, and at
> least one positive response including an offer of some help.
> My plan is to get a very simple prototype working, and to then put it
> opensource, LGPL'd, probably on sourceforge.
> I remember somebody mentioning the BeOS port being integrated into the FPC
> chain - will there be a binary distro at some point on the FPC page? If you
> want help getting a software valet package (the standard BeOS package/distro
> format) I can help out. I've BeOS on both my desktop and work laptop, any
> time/place etc ;)
The core team is integrating the BeOS port in the compiler, but this takes some
time. The main problem is probably the lack of computers with BeOS on it.
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