wouter.verhelst at bosa.fgov.be
Tue Sep 4 06:55:33 UTC 2018
On 9/3/18 9:05 PM, Thomás Inskip wrote:
> Does anyone know how I can specify that a specific shared library (in
> this case an engine) is dependent on a system-installed shared library
> (i.e. not built along with openssl)?. Basically the equivalent of
> LDFLAGS += -lsomelib
The GNU runtime dynamic library will honor DT_NEEDED flags of libraries,
too. That is, you can just do LDFLAGS += -lsomelib on a library target
and it will work. Check libgtk-3.so, for instance:
objdump -x /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgtk-3.so
will show a bunch of lines like...
Meaning, all these libraries need to be loaded for libgtk-3.so to work.
- Not all rtdl implementations do so, so if you're not using a GNU
platform (e.g., Linux), then check the documentation of your runtime
- This works for shared libraries, but not for static ones.
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