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    Lightbulb Loading program modules at runtime

    I want to create a program with optional modules, which you can select in the config-menu of the program. How is this done? Can you load normal visual basic modules at runtime?

    And is there an other way, to create a format myself?

    [edit]The modules are program components, just like a lot of bussiness applications have (if you didn't get what I ment)[/edit]
    Last edited by Y3PP3R; Aug 30th, 2004 at 11:17 AM.
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    Unless I'm mistaken, isn't that what the JIT compiler does? It won't load a module until it's being used by the app.

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    I want the user to select modules as files and then the program loads the file by adding sections to the menu and such, and the functions and methods of that module are in that file also. I don't think it has anything to do with the JIT compiler
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