On Tuesday, 8 August 2017 at 14:28:30 UTC, meppl wrote:
On Monday, 7 August 2017 at 21:28:52 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
as DMD is now under Boost Software License, can I distribute
it as part of my commercial product?
I want to provide script support within my application. The
idea is to compile the scripts (D coding) to shared libraries
and load the shared libraries into the main program.
in case your main application is written in D, too: how do you
avoid symbol name collisions?
I think it would be nice to load shared libraries while
runtime, but i cant, because the symbol names of the imports
get duplicated which is not allowed. And D intentionally has no
namespace-feature for this
Yes, the main program is in D too. I haven't started prototyping
yet, but as far as I know there are some limitations with D
calling conventions. Therefore I plan to use Std calling