[LAD] Writing a library?
julien at c-lab.de
Wed Jul 23 07:58:56 UTC 2008
There is a complete list of howtows. ice for you maybe:
c++-dlopen (about using libraries in c++)
Another good read is always Bruce Eckel's: "Thinking in c++". Enter the
titel into google, it should find the e-book. You can download it or read
online. It's available as simple html and has progeramming examples all over
the place. I believe he mentions a pattern for libraries and c++, especially
About what Erik said: Perhaps a standard library, but I'd say at least try
to get it LinuxSampler compatible. Another new engine.
Last note: As once someone said to me: You'd like to write a library? Well
you chose the most complicated part first, there's so much to take care of
so much to handle. I didn't flinch away, though the lib is still not complete.
But PLEASE: Don't fear it, but consider it. Be thorough! Think of many ways it
can go bad and how to handle them! consider, more than one application might
use your library!
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