How to get GCC to compile to binary, but in raw format NOT object

John Love-Jensen
Mon Sep 15 15:54:00 GMT 2003

Hi Steve,

You want a DSO (dynamic shared object).

Generate your code into a shared object (a .so in Unix-land, a .dll in
Windows-land, a .library in Amiga-land), and -- in Unix-land -- use dlopen
and the other dlxxxx functions when you want to access your routine
dynamically.  Windows and Amiga have equivalent mechanisms.


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