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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 7 December 1999||Author: Jim Hewlett|
|Published to: news_develop_development/Development News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
Stubby is a tool that enables programmers and packagers to add transparent support for optional run-time dynamic linking of shared libraries. This allows for the creation of applications that can gain additional functionality if a library is present, but that does not fail to load if the library is not installed...