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Hi gurus,

I'm now interested in guts Dynaloader. Where can I find the guts doc about it(and bootstrap etc.)

I reorganize my expression, hope it can make my question more clear.

I know perl put all dll/lib files in auto directory. and use it by Dynaloader. many years, I just use it, create it by h2xs. but don't think too much about its mechanics.

Along with my C knowledge rich up, I am more and more curious :

  • how perl call dynamic library in compile stage (use XYZ::XS module;)? I guess it seems like LoadLibrary function in windows
  • how perl call dynamic library in run time stage (require XYZ::XS module?)
  • I notice a bootstrap statement in pm file, what it does mean? and how does it work?
  • Please enlighten me~

    Thanks!





    I am trying to improve my English skills, if you see a mistake please feel free to reply or /msg me a correction


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