Re: [xml] Re: [xslt] Extending EXSLT support to get the crypto part

ltdl library is a part of GNU libtool package:

In order to avoid symbols conflicts I added xmlsec prefix to
all the ltdl functions. This is done automaticaly using simple
sed script in the Makefile:

    Original files

    Modified files

    A patch to fix few warnings

Also I have added a small wrapper that does few more things for me:


Daniel Veillard wrote:

On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 12:27:10PM -0700, Aleksey Sanin wrote:

 The alternate way would be to complete Mark Vakoc patch for
dynamic loading of shared libraries to get it working on Linux/Unix
and try to convert the new function to dlopening openssl and grabbing
just the functions needed for the task.
 That's a far bigger project but likely more useful as a whole.

This reminds me about one idea I had about the plugins patch (sorry, I am permanently have no time these days thus I did not write about this before). As far as I can remember the current plugins patch uses Windows specific function. Instead I would suggest to use ltdl wrapper that provides unified cross-platform API for loading shared libraries. ltdl consist of one header and one source file and the license allows one to include it in any library. For example, in xmlsec I just added ltdl.[h|c] files into source code and compile them into xmlsec library.

Sounds interesting, do you have a pointer ?


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