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  1. Re: C struct alignment across compilers and operating systems

    Alright.



    I am less concerned about myself, than about the users, who end up having to call all those functions.

    I took a look at two large applications who make available C pugin APIs...
  2. Re: C struct alignment across compilers and operating systems

    But then how does that "other" compiler link to a .dll file compiled by VCC?



    Yes, the array-alignmen seems to be guaranteed. That's good.

    I know we're going way off-road here, but is...
  3. Re: C struct alignment across compilers and operating systems

    @Paul

    Alright, thanks.

    What about arrays such as int x[50].

    Are they "aligned" properly?


    @OReubens
  4. Re: C struct alignment across compilers and operating systems

    What do you mean? It turns out, they did pretty much waht you suggested (i think): the first argument of the function is a predefined ID (#define SOME_ID 1234), the handle paramter is actually a...
  5. C struct alignment across compilers and operating systems

    I am working on extending an application that features a (rather old) plugin system. The plugin system is designed to work on x86 only, but support any and all compilers on windows, linux and also...
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