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[gomd-devel] A question...

From: Gian Paolo Ghilardi
Subject: [gomd-devel] A question...
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 00:44:50 +0200

Hi all.

To load classes in Linux (from a library) we need the dynamic class loading
(with shared library support).
If we use standard C functions for the library (no classes) we don't need
this mechanism but we can use standard calls to a shared "common" library.

I think the first approach (used in the files I've just committed to CVS) is
more elegant and OOP (and Java client-programs can be linked easily).
But the second one is more performant and easier to understand/implement (by
a common programmer) than the first one.

Shall we continue with dynamic class loading mechanism or create a standard
C-based library (without classes)?



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