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- Subject: Re: More about packaging (fwd)
- From: Asko Kauppi <asko.kauppi@...>
- Date: Sun, 6 Jun 2004 10:23:44 +0300
As far as I know:
Multiple DLL usage within the same process goes to same DLL instance.
Needs as many frees as there have been loads.
Other processes will see their own instance (code pages etc. shared of
course), unless the DLL uses inter-process data sharing.
What's the real usage/need scenario for the unloadlib? Server apps or
something (plugin stuff) is the only place where I could see it being
6.6.2004 kello 01:06, Edgar Toernig kirjoitti:
PS: Btw, what happens under Windows when an application tries to load
multiple times? Is it allowed? How many FreeLibrary-calls are
Does each instance gets its own data/bss segment?