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Old 26th October 2008
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Default c programming - Modules

I'm in the process of planning an application which i intend on marketing and I'd like to implement modules that can be loaded dynamically into the application.

For example, someone buys the core system and wants to add ... say MP3 support, so they'd buy this module and install it.

How would something like this actually work ?

Would this be achieved using 'dlopen' ?
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