pexports Was: Re: [Haskell-cafe] binding to C libraries on Windows
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jvlask at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 9 16:46:29 EST 2009
I think it would be a usefull addition to the haskell windows tool
chain, and help facilitate the creation of bindings to libraries on
windows where no appropriate import library exists.
I am sure if you put it "out there" in whatever form, someone will find
a use for it and perhaps build upon it.
Stephen Tetley wrote:
> Hi All,
> Would a pure Haskell version of pexports be useful to the Haskell community?
> For a Sunday afternoon hack that turned out to take a bit more effort
> (its now Wednesday), I thought I'd code up a tool that extracts
> function symbols from .dll's (also when I first looked at the C
> pexports it seemed somewhat unadopted, though checking today it
> appears to in MinGW, so my local MinGW must be out-of-date).
> If there are compelling uses that aren't covered by pexports and would
> ease Haskell C binding problems on Windows, I don't mind polishing up
> my tool, but otherwise I've exhausted my natural interest.
> Best wishes
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