Load the specified file of compiled code if it has not been loaded already, or unloads it.
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a character string naming a DLL (also known as a dynamic shared object or library) to load.
a character vector with the name of package.
a character vector describing the location of R library trees to search through.
the path to the loaded package whose DLL is to be unloaded.
a logical value indicating whether an announcement
is printed on the console before loading the DLL. The
default value is taken from the verbose entry in the system
the extension (including . if used) to append to the file name to specify the library to be loaded. This defaults to the appropriate value for the operating system.
additional arguments needed by some libraries that
are passed to the call to
a list of
dyn.load for what sort of objects these functions handle.
library.dynam is designed to be used inside a package rather
than at the command line, and should really only be used inside
.onLoad. The system-specific extension for DLLs (e.g.,
‘.so’ or ‘.sl’ on Unix-alike systems,
‘.dll’ on Windows) should not be added.
library.dynam.unload is designed for use in
.onUnload: it unloads the DLL and updates the value of
.dynLibs is used for getting (with no argument) or setting the
DLLs which are currently loaded by packages (using
chname is not specified,
library.dynam returns an
object of class
"DLLInfoList" corresponding to the DLLs
loaded by packages.
chname is specified, an object of class
"DLLInfo" that identifies the DLL and which can be used
in future calls is returned invisibly. Note that the class
"DLLInfo" has a method for
$ which can be used to
resolve native symbols within that DLL.
library.dynam.unload invisibly returns an object of class
"DLLInfo" identifying the DLL successfully unloaded.
.dynLibs returns an object of class
corresponding corresponding to its current value.
Do not use
dyn.unload on a DLL loaded by
library.dynam.unload to ensure
.dynLibs gets updated. Otherwise a subsequent call to
library.dynam will be told the object is already loaded.
Note that whether or not it is possible to unload a DLL and then
reload a revised version of the same file is OS-dependent: see the
‘Value’ section of the help for
Becker, R. A., Chambers, J. M. and Wilks, A. R. (1988) The New S Language. Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole.
getLoadedDLLs for information on
SHLIB for how to create suitable DLLs.
## Which DLLs were dynamically loaded by packages? library.dynam()
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