On Wed, Nov 15, 2000 at 12:05:17PM +0000, Lars Hecking mentioned:
> Donncha O Caoimh writes:
> > Having a bit of bother installing expat on a Sun box.
> > It produces xmlparse/libexpat.a which "file" tells me is a "current ar
> > archive, not a dynamic executable or shared object".
> > Can anyone enlighten me as to how I produce a shared lib that PHP can
> > link to, and getting back to the subject, where is the Solaris version
> > of ldconfig?
>> Solaris <= 7 doesn't have any ldconfig equivalent. Solaris 8 has crle.
>> Creating shared libs is pretty much system dependent. With gcc on Solaris,
> you compile everything with -fPIC, and the correct Solaris linker invocation
> (you have /usr/ccs/bin in your PATH, have you?) would be something like
>> ld -G [-L... -R...] -h libfoo.so.$MAJ -o libfoo.so.$VERS $OBJS
Or, if you have GCC, you can do: gcc -shared $OBJS -o libfood.so.$VERS
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