I am a developer looking for the procedure on how to make the .LSO library files. I asked many times in several situations and I did search many aspects about this matter, but couldn't get any reference. Thanks.
Most Lotus applications allow you to create pre-compiled LotusScript objects, known as .LSO files. These files can then be used by other scripts by including a "Use" statement that references the compiled object. The LSO files are the compiled output from the LSX Toolkit.
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The TOOLKIT is available at http://www.lotus.com/developers/devbase.nsf/homedata/homelsx. The Toolkit guide is online at: http://www.notes.net/notesua.nsf/8a96f3d2526c8afe8525665d006c9e30/1a71882e25ee82a2852567cc004b1514?OpenDocument.
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