[SOLVED] How to determine if a .a file is 32 bit or 64 bit?
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so in this case it is incompatible with the files you are actually trying to link - I do not see the command line. So you can try also to write a dummy main and link this lib also you can change arch by: -m32 or -m64.
Hi colucix, what exactly do you mean by "file format" ?
It is only a string in the output of objdump, which refers to the architecture of the object files, as pan64 already pointed out. Look at the entire output of objdump (whitout piping to grep) to have a clearer picture of the whole thing.