dll to .so wrapper
kuba at mareimbrium.org
Thu Dec 20 14:31:12 CST 2007
On Wednesday 19 December 2007, bridd wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-12-19 at 22:26 +0100, Maarten Lankhorst wrote:
> > This topic comes up from time to time, usually with mild variations. The
> > problem is that wine sets up its own environment and memory layout. In
> > the end you will need a .exe (or winelib binary) that uses wine, and a
> > socket/pipe/shm function to communicate with the .so, there is no easy
> > way to just dynamically load a dll in an existing program.
> I see, so it's sounding like to do this I'd need to have something more
> akin to a VST host, that acts as an intermediatory and pumps the video
> data from the linux application via a native plugin (.so), into a
> winelib compiled program that executes the windows compiled plugin
> (.dll) and the sends it back out again.
> Probably beyond my skills right now, but thought it was worth seeing if
> anyone had trodden a similar route already!
Should be doable via shm, i.e. without overhead - you can share your
framebuffer (or a few) between applications that way. Remember that you can
do linux syscalls from a PE (windows) executable that runs under Wine.
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