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Gary V. Vaughan
Mon, 19 Nov 2001 20:09:24 +0000
On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 11:15:37AM +0100, Lutz Müller wrote:
> Hi Gary,
> where should I ask for an lt_dlforeachfile function that actually scans
> a directory when called a second time?
The libtool list <address@hidden> is the best place. However, I guess
I am not understanding your question properly. What is wrong with the
lt_dlforeachfile (NULL, iodriver_func, NULL);
lt_dlforeachfile (NULL, cameradriver_func, NULL);
> In gphoto2 (http://www.gphoto.org), we need to scan the system for
> io-drivers (first time) and camera drivers (second time). There is no
> way to do that in one step, as the scans reside in different libraries
> (gphoto2-port is independent from gphoto2).
> Right now, we use dlopen directly, but I'd like to move to ltdl.h.
If you are finding that lt_dlopen provides different semantics to dlopen,
that is certainly a bug!
> Thank you!
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