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I am working on some xtras for director.  I have been doing one that will enable java with director.  I saw another one that would be really usefull, so I wish to make it.  This Xtra (basically a C/C++ Dll) can load other DLLs, and all the user has to do is give the signature of the C/C++ method.  

How can I implement this.  I am familiar with JNI and how it's signatures are read.  Is there a way to execute a C/C++ method if I know its signature?

Thanks for any help,

--Fantastichien
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