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I have read a "use" does a require and import but when I try to do these explicitly it just does not seem to work. You say that capture tiny has no new constructor and I do not know how to translate that to what needs to be done to load the module dynamically. I have tried to move on to ipc::run but am having similar difficulties so I for sure do not have the knowledge to do what needs to be done to load these dynamically or they cannot be loaded dynamically and again if they cannot, I don't know how to tell for sure that it is an impossible task which takes me back to the original question of I am looking to learn generically how to look at a module and tell what is required for a module and adapt a require/import combo that will work based on the way the module was written. I am in essence asking not to give me the fish although that would be appreciated but also teach me to fish so I can do this from now on.

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