I know that sounds absurd, but I'm looking for a way how to call functions in a Linux .so library from my Windows software which runs with WINE.
The situation is as follows:
- I have a set of .so libraries for Linux, from another manufacturer, this means no source code.
- I have my own Windows program (source code available, of course) which runs with WINE.
It there any change to call that function from a Windows program which runs with WINE?
If it's technically absolutely impossible, I could create an "intermediate layer" - this means, a Linux program (which calls the so. libraries just normally) which is called from my Windows program (which would change/reduce the question to "can I run Linux programs/scripts from a WINE Windows program?" - just like calling "ls -l" or so).
Thank you in advance,
PS: Sorry, this should have gone to the Linux sub-forum, but I can't find a way to delete nor to move...