From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-03 08:01:25
On Tuesday 03 June 2008 15:05:56 Steinlein,Volker (EBV) wrote:
> I am not quite sure what you mean but I suppose you want to give the
> libaries internal names.
> This is what the HPUX ld man page says about assigning libraries
> +h internal_name
> When building a shared library, record
> internal_name as the name of the library.
> the library is used to link another executable
> file (program or shared library), this
> internal_name is recorded in the library list
> the resulting output file instead of the
> of the input shared library. That is, if +h
> not used, the shared library does not have an
> internal name and when an executable is built
> the shared library, the linker records the
> name that it looks at.
> If more than one +h option is seen on the link
> line, the linker uses the first one and emits
> warning message.
> Is it that what you need?
Yes, thanks. What is the compiler options for passing raw options directly
to the linker? If that's -Wl, then can you try the attached acc.jam ?
If not, how can I pass this -h to the linker?
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