GDB a VFS module
jaganra at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 22 02:12:37 GMT 2004
* Did the gcc -shared stuff. Didnt help.
* If individual modules are responsible for linking
their own libraries then why does a compile of abc.so
not complain at all. Also ldd of abc.so does not
reveal any unlinked dependencies.
In other words the question is how can individual
modules make sure they have no unlinked dependecies on
a compile from the souce tree.
--- Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer at vernstok.nl> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2004 at 06:32:07PM -0700, Jagan
> wrote about 'GDB a VFS module':
> > I was able to gdb my vfs module in vfstest.
> However a
> > peculiar thing happened. I am compiling
> > The module abc.so with some libraries of my own.
> On a
> > make modules from samba/source the make
> > Went through smoothly but the libraries never got
> > linked. On a run from vfstest ? function foo in
> > makes a
> > Call to function ?bar? which was never linked in.
> I am
> > wondering how the .so?s for vfs modules don?t
> > Library dependencies. Does it just assume that
> > everything will be dynamically linked in.
> You need to link abc.so against your libraries.
> gcc -shared -o abc.so foo.c bar.c -lmylib
> > Question 2: How does vfstest have its
> > linked in??
> It's the responsibility of the specific modules to
> link against the
> libraries they need.
> Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer at vernstok.nl> -
> Todo: 0
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