On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 5:24 AM Mike Gran <spk...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > Hello all- > > In a fit of pique, I pushed a new branch of Guile to the repo > called wip-replace-ltdl-with-gmodule. It replaces the dynamic linking > library libltdl from libtool with the analagous library GModule > from GLib. It was remarkably easy, and, after a cursory test > I was surprised to find that it seems to be working. > > GModule itself is a standalone library, but, I think it depends > on GLib. It might be possible to remove that dependency without > much difficulty, but unfortunately, then you would be left with > another library to maintain. > > Anyway, you may find it amusing, at least.
So knee-jerk reaction, what does GModule do better than libltdl? Or perhaps why is libltdl "bad"? > > Regards, > Mike Gran > > -- Duy