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Re: "Best" way to build a DLL?
On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 01:52:47PM -0500, Charles Wilson wrote:
> Wrong. Those "warnings" are really just informational messages. The
> python library exports *variables* as well as functions. Your DLL
> probably only exports funtions. DATA exports are very very tricky;
> there is a lot of magic going on to enable Jason to buld python without
> having to use a .def file or __declspec() declarations -- previously,
> these were REQUIRED on exported variables.
Just to be clear, I'm building Cygwin Python the way that I always have
(at least since my shared extension patch was accepted). I assume you
meant that I *could* build without __declspec() declarations if I desired.
Since the __declspec's are there for Win32, I might as well use them.
Now PostgreSQL on the other hand...
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