Thanks to Russ Poffenberger for his answer.
My original posting was:
>I create a shared library 'math.so' with
>and everything works fine. But now I need to link the C-math-library
>(-lm) to 'math.so'. Unfortunately there's only a static version (libm.a) so
> ld -assert pure-text -o math.so out.o -lm
>and all my other attempts to create a correctly working sha-lib
>'math.so' failed. Please can anybody tell me:
> * if and how I can link a static lib to a sha-lib, or
> * how I can get/create a dynamic version of libma.a
I asked Sun this a while back. Their answer was that performance would be bad,
and other reasons why the math lib is not dynamic. They had no plans to make
a shared version.
You cannot link in static code to a make a shared library since you need the
modules compiled with -pic, the modules in libm are not compiled this way.
If you can get source from Sun, you could always create your own.
/__/ ( Andreas Sorgatz Rechnerbetreuung Mathematik
/ / __) email@example.com Paderborn, den 15 Dec. 1993
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