[Laszlo-dev] Dynamic libraries
steele at laszlosystems.com
Fri Jan 7 10:08:35 PST 2005
On Jan 7, 2005, at 12:56 PM, Andrew Wooldridge wrote:
> Hmm how about DLib or DyLi (Dilly)
"Doozy" might be more appropriate, given the implementation work :-)
But I'm not sure what it would stand for.
> I cant wait to see this in action. This was supposed to be a big
> feature for XUL/Mozilla, but I dont thing it ever has (yet) been
> implemented. Is this a parity feature with Flex?
I'm not actually sure. This has been on the Laszlo roadmap for a few
years, in pretty much the present form. Flex 1.5 introduced some form
of runtime library, but I don't know if it can be used for late loading
of an application, which is primary goal for Laszlo dynamic libraries.
The emphasis in Flex was on being able to share the Flex runtime
library among multiple applications, which would be a separate feature
for us (and not as important for our current deployments, which are
typically single applications which need to load quickly). It might be
that Flex libraries can do this too, though.
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