DLL exports... HELP?!
thunderbird2k at gmx.net
Wed Mar 26 05:39:39 CDT 2008
If you build a wine dll inside the wine source tree we use gcc in combination with some wine magic for compilation. Exporting of functions in that case happens through a '.spec' file.
When you want to work outside the wine tree (as it can be more convenient) you could also use 'winegcc' for building a library. It will handle all the magic for you.
> Folks, I've been trying to make a bunch of control panel applets
> for wine for some time now.
> a CPL is basically a DLL which (the most importnat part) exports a
> function called "CPlApplet"; Without it, the cpl isn't worth a thing.
> It is the presence of that export which basically identifies it as a
> control panel applet.
> Indeed, opening a random .cpl with dllexp yields:
> Function: CPlApplet Address: 0x0041b604 Relative Address:
> 0x0041b604 Ordinal 1 (0x1) Filename: intl.cpl
> This one is from the cpl I wrote some time ago in Delphi, and it's
> the same with all other 'doze cpls. I'm working on porting it to C and
> wine, but that export is really getting the best of me.
> However, dllexp doesn't detect _any_ DLL exports in wine's .dlls,
> so I'm stuck without a template :( Am I missing something? (A simple
> *hello world* dll source that compiles against wine's source and
> exports ANY function would be greatly appreciated)
> Thanks in advance,
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