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ost::DSO(3) Library Functions Manual ost::DSO(3)

NAME

ost::DSO - The DSO dynamic loader class is used to load object files.

SYNOPSIS

#include <file.h>

Public Member Functions


DSO (const char *filename)
Construct and load a DSO object file. DSO (const char *filename, bool resolve)
const char * getError (void)
Retrieve error indicator associated with DSO failure. virtual ~DSO ()
Detach a DSO object from running memory. void * operator[] (const char *sym)
Lookup a symbol in the loaded file. bool isValid (void)
See if DSO object is valid.

Static Public Member Functions


static void dynunload (void)
static DSO * getObject (const char *name)
Find a specific DSO object by filename. static void setDebug (void)
Install debug handler...

Detailed Description

The DSO dynamic loader class is used to load object files.

On elf based systems this is typically done with dlopen. A dummy stub class is generated for non-dl capable systems.

Author

David Sugar dyfet@ostel.com

Dynamic class file loader.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ost::DSO::DSO (const char * filename) [inline]

Construct and load a DSO object file.

Parameters

filename pathname of object file to load.

ost::DSO::DSO (const char * filename, bool resolve) [inline]

virtual ost::DSO::~DSO () [virtual]

Detach a DSO object from running memory.

Member Function Documentation

static void ost::DSO::dynunload (void) [static]

const char* ost::DSO::getError (void) [inline]

Retrieve error indicator associated with DSO failure. This is often used in catch handlers.

static DSO* ost::DSO::getObject (const char * name) [static]

Find a specific DSO object by filename.

Parameters

name of DSO object file (partial).

bool ost::DSO::isValid (void)

See if DSO object is valid.

Returns

true if valid.

void* ost::DSO::operator[] (const char * sym)

Lookup a symbol in the loaded file.

static void ost::DSO::setDebug (void) [static]

Install debug handler...

Author

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