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Libtool provides a small library, called `libltdl', that aims at hiding the various difficulties of dlopening libraries from programmers. It consists of a header-file and a small C source file that can be distributed with applications that need dlopening functionality. On some platforms, whose dynamic linkers are too limited for a simple implementation of `libltdl' services, it requires GNU DLD, or it will only emulate dynamic linking with libtool's dlpreopening mechanism.
libltdl supports currently the following dynamic linking mechanisms:
dlopen(Solaris, Linux and various BSD flavors)
LoadLibrary(Win16 and Win32)
libltdl is licensed under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License, with the following exception:
As a special exception to the GNU Lesser General Public License, if you distribute this file as part of a program or library that is built using GNU libtool, you may include it under the same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that program.
10.1 How to use libltdl in your programs 10.2 Creating modules that can be
10.3 Using libtldl in a multi threaded environment Registering callbacks for multi-thread safety. 10.4 Data associated with loaded modules Associating data with loaded modules. 10.5 How to create and register new module loaders Creating user defined module loaders. 10.6 How to distribute libltdl with your package
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