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On 2/12/02 6:06 pm, Chris Ridd <email@hidden> wrote:_______________________________________________Hi,
I've got a Mach-O binary (a Palm conduit) being called by a CFM host app
(Palm's HotSync Manager), and my binary is dynamically loading a CFM library
(Palm's HotSyncLib.PPC) using Core Foundation (CFBundle.)
(I'm being cheap - I don't want to buy Codewarrior just to write some
software I'm going to give away.)
I believe there are C++ objects in the CFM library, and I'd *imagine* (not
being a C++ expert) there are magic entry points in the library to
initialize any C++ runtime/construct any static objects. In fact if I use
/Developer/Applications/PEFViewer to disassemble the untitled code section
in the lib, the first (unnamed) chunk of code appears to do just this.
Does CFBundleLoadExecutable() run this initialization code for me? If not,
how would I run it, given that there's no symbol associated with the code
and it would seem therefore that I can't use
Thanks in advance!
Anyone? (In a slightly plaintive voice!)
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