[gccsdk] Unable to load Shared library with GCC

Lee Noar leenoar at sky.com
Sun Jun 28 06:03:43 PDT 2015

On 28/06/15 13:01, pdmiller at pdmiller1.plus.com wrote:
> I am in the process of updating DrWimpC to use GCC however,
> afterrebuilfing the shared DrWimpC library and applications that use it I
> get a message like HostFS::HardDisc4.$.Apps.!drwopen.!RunImage: can't load
> library 'libdrwlib32Gs/so/1'.
> The symlink files (libdrwlib32Gs/so and libdrwlib32Gs/so/1) for
> libdrwlib32Gs contain:
> LINK[1A][0][0][0]DRW:libdrwlib32Gs/so/1/5/0
> The path variable DRW: is set to
> RAM::RamDisc0.$.Resources.!DRWDEF.DRW.
> This setup works when compiling, linking and loading using GCC 4.1.2.
> Has anything changed in GCC that means I need to change my shared
> library scheme to work with GCC

I can't see anything that would prevent a library name prefixed with
a path variable from working in a symlink. I did make some changes to
where the dynamic linker searches for libraries to support VFP, but
that's before symlink processing.

Where are the symlink files stored?


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