Would seem to be quite simple to have an EP with code:
Then you plist would have as the first word the EP of the targeted code.
On Sat, 26 Aug 2017 10:48:38 -0400 Steve Smith <***@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
:>I sure wish there was a way to ATTACH to an address, or that IDENTIFY
:>allowed me to create an ad-hoc name/address. I maintain a small
:>subroutine package that seems to have found its way into every kind of
:>situation that can cause IDENTIFY to fail. Most are purely the fault
:>of <expletive deleted/> programming in the client code, but there's
:>nothing I can do about that.
:>In "normal" programs, IDENTIFY will likely do what you want.
:>On Sat, Aug 26, 2017 at 7:07 AM, Jeremy Nicoll
:>> On Sat, 26 Aug 2017, at 10:35, Thomas David Rivers wrote:
:>>> Thanks for the pointer! But I think EPLOC specifies
:>>> the address of the name.. the name is still an 8-byte load
:>>> module name...
:>> No, it's the name of the required entry-point.
:>> A load module can have multiple named entry-points, though
:>> of course only has one load-module / member name.
:>> In the simplest case, the entry-point is at the very start of a load
:>> module, and EP-name is then the same as the load-module name
:>> but (clearly) if there's more than one they can't all be at the same
:>> place or have the same name.
:>>> Perhaps there is no way around it? You just have to have another load
:>> I don't see why. I wouldn't expect a second copy to be loaded unless
:>> the load modue's attributes made it non-reentrant, non-sharable etc.
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