[opus] [PATCH] win32: only use dllexport when building DLL

Daniel Verkamp daniel at drv.nu
Sat Apr 9 22:01:22 UTC 2016

On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 6:38 PM, Daniel Verkamp <daniel at drv.nu> wrote:
> If building a static library, marking symbols as dllexport causes them
> to be exported from the final executable. For example, run
> objdump -x opus_demo.exe on a --disabled-shared build and look for the
> export table; there should not be one in a normal Win32 .exe file, but
> when linking static libopus, the exe exports all of the opus_* public
> functions.
> Use the libtool-defined DLL_EXPORT flag to determine whether we are
> building a DLL and only specify __declspec(dllexport) in that case.

Any updates on this patch (attached again just to be sure)?

It still applies to the current master branch.

-- Daniel
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