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3answers
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Organization of DLL linked functions

This is a code organization question. I got my basic code working but when I expand it, it will be terrible. I have a DLL which I don't have a .lib for. Therefore I have to use the whole ...
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1answer
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What sort of information can I extract out of a dll file? [closed]

I was dealing with a virus earlier today which was a .dll file disguised as RUNDLL.dll which is regularly seen in the task manager and launches on startup. I would like to know how much information I ...
3
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1answer
354 views

LGPL, .lib, .dll, and linking

I am trying to build a project which uses an unmodified copy of libconfig (http://www.hyperrealm.com/libconfig/). libconfig is LGPL, but I don't want to open source any of my code. By my ...
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2answers
416 views

Restrictions Calling DLLs Across Technologies?

I want to call a DLL in my programming language of 'choice'. The documentation surrounding this clearly states that it must be a 32-bit DLL written in C, C++ or Delphi. But I wanted to call a DLL ...
2
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2answers
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Communication between a C# application and C++ DLL

I am currently building an audio streamer and I have a CPP .dll that I use functions of inside the WPF C# GUI. The program needs to deal with sorts of events such as Lower/Increase Volume ...
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1answer
227 views

What are some books that explain low level stuff like com interfaces, dll injection etc? [closed]

What are some books that explain low level stuff like com interfaces, dll injection etc? Basically low level windows programming. Searching on amazon gives me hacking books/10+ year old books which is ...
3
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2answers
2k views

C++ Library API Design

I'm looking for a good resource for learning about good API design for C++ libraries, looking at shared objects/dlls etc. There are many resources on writing nice APIs, nice classes, templates and so ...
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9answers
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C++ : Lack of Standardization at the Binary Level

Why ISO/ANSI didn't standardize C++ at the binary level? There are many portability issues with C++, which is only because of lack of it's standardization at the binary level. Don Box writes, ...