Dynamic Libaries in D

Christopher Wright dhasenan at gmail.com
Tue Oct 14 15:59:33 PDT 2008

Mike Parker wrote:
> Christopher Wright wrote:
>> extern (Windows) tells the compiler to disguise the functions so they 
>> look like regular C functions in the resulting object file. It doesn't 
>> change the meaning of any code inside.
> Not quite. That would be extern(C). Using the Windows version will give 
> you a function with the stdcall calling convention, which changes the 
> order in which parameters are passed on the stack in a function call. 
> Not a good idea to use in the general case.

Groovy, thanks. I use Linux, and even there I don't use extern; thus my 

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