GHCI and archive libraries.
lennart at augustsson.net
Sat Dec 3 09:17:47 EST 2005
And on many platforms (well, at least a few years ago) a "shared"
library doesn't have to be PIC. The dynamic loader can do relocation
when it loads the file. (Then it can't be shared.)
But this was a few years ago on Solaris and BSDs, it could be
Sven Panne wrote:
> Am Samstag, 3. Dezember 2005 14:48 schrieb Lennart Augustsson:
>>Can't you unpack the ar library and then link the object files
>>into a shared library?
> On most platforms the code in a *.a library is not shared library code, e.g.
> it is not PIC or something like that. Nevertheless, I think that the *.o
> files GHCi loads are not exactly shared libraries, they are incrementally
> linked relocatable object code (correct me if I'm wrong here, the details of
> shared libraries are still a kind of black art...). So you might have luck
> with unpacking and re-linking like that:
> ar x libblah.a
> ld -r -x -o /my/new/blah.o *.o
> The linker flags for doing this vary, depending on the platform, you can have
> a look at GHC's autoconf magic for hints if it doesn't work like mentioned
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