[SunHELP] Generating shared libraries
r.berber at computer.org
Wed Feb 8 09:19:18 CST 2006
Miguel Cardenas wrote:
> The idea of installing solaris was to port a library am developing,
> was created for linux, was ported to freebsd and now want to port it to
> Currently the code has been ported with a few modifications, but the problem
> is linking, the 'ld' is a bit different than in linux or freebsd and the man
> page did not help me too much to understand how to use it...
> The question is... where can I find a tutorial or note or samples to build
> shared libraries?? just need a few samples and notes.
> The link command I used in linux and freebsd was
> gcc -shared -Wl,-soname,libv2.so.$VOODOO2_MAJOR \
> -o libv2.so.$VOODOO2_MAJOR.$VOODOO2_MINOR \
> exceptions.o signal.o \
> voodoo.o voodoo_cgi.o voodoo_crypt.o voodoo_daemon.o voodoo_dynlib.o
> voodoo_email.o voodoo_irc.o voodoo_sockets.o
> but in solaris returns a message that '-o' is defined two times and don't
It is defined twice (and different each time), just take out the
"-Wl,-soname,libv2.so.$VOODOO2_MAJOR" part and it should compile.
> Anybody knows a tutorial or article?
gcc under Solaris usually relies on Sun's ld, so "man ld" is the reference or
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