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revised Global variable in a Linux shared library
added paragraph about synchronization
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answered Global variable in a Linux shared library
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accepted GPL vs plugin interfaces not designed with a specific application in mind
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comment GPL vs plugin interfaces not designed with a specific application in mind
Of course it is absurd, I added it more for completeness's sake than for anything else. However, if C had been around for some time when B got written, some extremists could say B supports A solely to take advantage of C and D without following GPL.
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comment GPL vs plugin interfaces not designed with a specific application in mind
I think it is the reciprocal (GPL code loading proprietary code) of what I describe, but nevertheless quite intresting.
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comment GPL vs plugin interfaces not designed with a specific application in mind
I only added D to the situation so that C has a GPL (or equivalent) license with absolutely no exception. However, the way B loads C is also dynamic linking...
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