DynObj is a C/C++ library for cross compiler plugin libraries. It enables exposing and sharing run-time type information for C++ classes. This allows for loading binary plugins, and interacting with them in type safe ways:
- A program working with sound can install additional effect filters while running.
- A file manager can add plugins that handles new archive types.
- Or it can add file popup menu handlers, or toolbar commands from plugins.
- A text editor can add an editing mode (say Python editing) when the text editor is running.
- So, plugins can make a static application a lot more dynamic. And DynObj does this in a generic, type safe way.
released on 25 February 2009
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