Example of code, usage, etc. for the Snap! Websites system.


The following are 3 files you can use to create this example (see tar ball attachment below.) The original code comes from Aaron Isotton, although his example was not a true C++ sample... it would not use a global variable to auto-register the plug-in. Instead he would load a symbol. It is licensed under the GPL.

The first one (main.cpp) includes the code used to load and unload the plugin.

#include <iostream>
#include <dlfcn.h>

int main() {
    std::cout << "C++ dlopen demo" << std::endl << std::endl;

    // open the ...

Jan 2012 Thinking

(Note: I put some references at the bottom--links to other pages that are related to this.)

At this point, we have made progress in the conceptual (At least) implementation. Note that the libQtCassandra already works and the support of the tables as described below is possible and has already been used in a few places.

The thinking, however, somewhat changed. We want to implement the tables in a way that is very agnostic to the plugins in order to make sure that we can always change the backend if need be (one day we may want to offer support of other databases, even ...

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