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how to export functions in c/c++ static libray?

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Hi,

like topic says! I have functions that I want to export from a BSD static
c/c++ library (done under Mac OS X) but I don't know what has to be done to
export functions. Could someone point me to a link or let me know how to
proceed?

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Jul 23 '05 #1
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news.videotron.ca wrote:
like topic says! I have functions that I want to export from a BSD static
c/c++ library (done under Mac OS X) but I don't know what has to be done to
export functions. Could someone point me to a link or let me know how to
proceed?


Usually nothing needs to be done. You just compile and then archive. For
more information on how to use your compiler or your archiver (librarian)
please ask in an OS-specific newsgroup. C++ _language_ does not define
any specific way to "export from a BSD static library".

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