I have 2 shared libraries that i need to load using dlopen(), lets
call them libfoo.so and libbar.so. However, libfoo.so depends on symbol
barsym (which is in libbar.), and libbar.so depends on foosym (which,
surprise surprise, is in libfoo.so). This is a problem. When dlopen() is
told to open either one of the libs, it complains about the appropiate
missing symbol. Setting it to lazy resolving makes no difference. Otoh,
if i compile a binary against thost libraries, that works fine, despite
the fact that i'm certain that ld only makes a single pass. Can anyone
tell me a way around this please?
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