Problem compiling a program and his libraries
Wed Oct 26 15:42:00 GMT 2005
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005, cristian gonzalez wrote:
> Hi.I need help whit cygwin and the compiling of libraries.
> My problem is this:
> I have a program with a function within.The program is this:
> void hello3();
> void *lib2;
> void (*func1)();
> void hello3()
> printf("hello 3");
> The program call to function "hello" ,that is in lib1 wich is compiled against
> the program, and call to lib2 by means of dlopen and dlsym.
> The problem is in which lib2 call to lib1 and call to the function "hello3"
> that is into de program.I need to compiled so that it allows lib2 to call
> "hello3". I know that this is possible in linux by means of -rdinamyc but this
> doesn't work in cygwin.
> I will write you the lib2 in case it helps you:
> int hello2()
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