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You could make it a static .a library instead. Another option might be to look at functions like dlopen, dlsym, etc. I haven't used those myself, but a quick look at the man page suggests they are similar to the Win32 API functions LoadLibrary and GetProcAddress...
Originally posted by deiussum You could make it a static .a library instead. Another option might be to look at functions like dlopen, dlsym, etc. I haven't used those myself, but a quick look at the man page suggests they are similar to the Win32 API functions LoadLibrary and GetProcAddress...
Ya... But when I tried this, I had to dlsym EVERY function in the library to a LIST of pointers... this sucked a million times over! So if there is an easy way... sure!
Originally posted by The_Nerd It compiled. But wouldn't link.
Is your file called libmylib.so? When you use -llibraryname it expects it to be pre-pended with the lib. Still, even if you get it to link you are going to probably going to run into problems when you try to run the app, as we've been telling you...