Forcing symbol resolution in lib rather than bin
jcm at FreeBSD-uk.eu.org
Fri Aug 19 20:26:20 GMT 2005
On Fri, Aug 19, 2005 at 11:14:40PM +0300, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
: On 2005-08-19 21:03, Jonathon McKitrick <jcm at FreeBSD-uk.eu.org> wrote:
: >On Fri, Aug 19, 2005 at 10:47:48PM +0300, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
: >: # flame:/tmp/jcm-lib/foobar$ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`/../libbar ./foobar
: >: # libfoo initialized at 0x80062a8a0
: >: # libbar initialized at 0x4004e4
: >: # flame:/tmp/jcm-lib/foobar$
: > Hmmm. I'm using my own makefile setup rather than the standard one. I know
: > you're a big fan of <bsd.xxx.mk> ;-)
: > Doesn't ld *statically* link code from .a archives?
: 'statically' is such an overloaded term I prefer to avoid using it.
: The C linker will include the body of functions defined in non-shared
: libraries into every shared object that references them, AFAIK. This is
: obvious if you run nm(1) on libbar.so of the example above, because the
: libfoo_init() function is listed as 'T'. I think that's what you want
: by making the libfoo.a library non-shared in the first place.
Got it! I recalled something des or phk wrote me a while ago, then I skimmed
the manpage again. I have to put the .a files AFTER the object files where
the unresolved symbol is found.
Hoppiness is a good beer.
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