Sometimes you want a program to expose an API. That is usually (to the best of my knowledge) done by making API classes and then in runtime the calls to the API are copied over to the inside so to say.
Does anyone have any idea what I am after?
Could someone explain this or are there any links showing what this looks like?
I have no idea about the
"and then in runtime the calls to the API are copied over to the inside so to say."
However, it seems you want a DLL? And export classes/functions from them?
There are generally 2 ways an API is implmented. As a DLL or as a LIB. a DLL API is what they call 'run-time libraries' whereas a LIB is a static library.
Originally Posted by mdoland