On Mon, 6 Nov 2000 hmoreau at digiserve.ie wrote:
> On 6 Nov, Mel wrote:
> > here is one for the gcc/g++ kings.
> > I have two libs that I want pieces out of either of them. Now, they
> > decided having the same named functions doing the same thing in two binary
> > libs would be funny - aren't they smart!
>> Need to know a little more here. Are the libs shared libs (.so's) or
> static (.a)? What are the actual libs? What functions or symbols
They are two static libs that are part of an SDK for music
encoding/decoding. At some stage both of them have similar functions such
as frame counters and global constants. I can strip out some of the
functions but not all of them. I was hoping there was some way you could
tell the linker thant when there is duplicate symbols, just take them from
the first library
not looking like it though.
The Final Solution: cat life | grep -vi mel > sanity
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