On a HP workstation under HP-UX you build dynamic libraries by
compiling with "relocatable flag" +z
cc -Aa -c +z +O2 subroutine.c -I where_I_hide_my_includes
and then you invoke the link editor to create the library:
ld -b -o mylib.sl subroutine1.o subroutine2.o -dld ...
Finally, you produce the executable:
ld -o myprog [-E] main.o mylib.sl ...
The "-E" forces all symbols in main() to be visible to the shared
libraries. Without this, only those symbols are exported that
are required by the shared libs at link time. If you dynamically
load a library that needs more, you are in trouble; hence the "-E"
Of course, this applies to the HP C/C++ compiler. AIX may be different.
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