[gccsdk] Creating shared libraries

alan buckley alan_baa at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 3 00:41:11 PST 2008


> On Mon, 1 Dec 2008 21:59:01 +0200 John Tytgat wrote:
> 
>> Thanks Lee this seemed to get it working. It did lead to the problem
>> with the library being created in the root rather than the development
>> directory but I got round that by using @/libhello.so.0.0.
> 
> Does ./libhello.so.0.0 equally work ? As @/libhello.so.0.0 is a mixture
> of RISC OS and Unix file spec and might not be a good suggestion towards
> the future.
> 

No ./libhello.so.0.0 didn't work. I tried it before coming up with the
mixture of styles that @/libhello.so.0.0 is.
 
I can't say I was particularly happy with mixing file specs either
but couldn't think of anything else that might work. I did try various
other combinations.
 
Regards,
Alan
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