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Strange LoadLibrary() behaviour
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: Strange LoadLibrary() behaviour
- From: Ralf dot Gerlich at t-online dot de (Ralf Gerlich)
- Date: Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:15:39 +0200
- Organization: BSSE
I am using b19 under Win95 and I am trying to make shared libraries and
using LoadLibrary(). But LoadLibrary() shows a strange behaviour: It
NULL-handle and GetLastError() is zero(no error). I tried this using the
relocatable-dll example from John Cerney and the behaviour was the same.
I found some article about this in the mailing list archives, but the
hints there didn't help and in this article it was concerning b18.
Non-relocatable DLLs work properly, but relocatable ones only do so
sometimes. I haven't figured out yet what's the cause for them to work
in these spare occasions. Is it OK that there are unresolved symbols in
the DLL? I found .reloc,end and __end__ to be unresolved when I looked
at it using nm.
Hope anyone can help,
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