I am still working on my GUI toolkit but I can see one possible problem in a near future : size of the executable may quickly become sufficiently big to limit the use of the toolkit for numerous projects / applications.
The best would be to be able to create a library containing all the classes and methods and link this library dynamically to the application program(s), so what the "repetitive" part of the code would just be written once on the calculator and hence save a large amount of "disk" space.
I tried to check if it is possible to create dynamically linked libraries with Ndless on TI NSpire, but just found this Github https://github.com/nspiredev500/nspire-dynamic-linking-PoC from
Considering the fact that the last update of the GitHub repository is quite old (almost one year and half), maybe is there a better way (or at least better documented way) of making a dynamic library and to link to an application program on NSpire with Ndless.
Does anyone already encountered that issue and managed it ?
Thanks in advance