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RE: -whole-archive switch...

Hmmmmmmmm why and where do I need to include header files?  All the symbols
are defined in static libs which 've been successfully compiled.  A bunch of
these static libs are then linked to an obj, to form a shared lib, which get
loaded dynamically by my app.

Yeah I'm working on SNMP.


-----Original Message-----
From: Lingegowda, Nagesh [] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:31 PM
To: 'Venkatakrishnan, V'
Subject: RE: -whole-archive switch...


Are u including the header files needed by the library XsnmpLib ? use -I to
do that. It should work.

It looks like u are working on snmp  stuff.


-----Original Message-----
From: Venkatakrishnan, V []
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:21 PM
Subject: -whole-archive switch...

	I'm using this command
gcc -L. -Wl,-whole-archive -lXtlLib -lXrtlLib -lXenvhlpLib -lSnmpAuxiLib
-lSnmpLib -lXsnmpLib -lsocket -lnsl -fPIC -shared -o
register.o or even gcc -L. -Wl,-whole-archive -lXtlLib -lXrtlLib
-lXenvhlpLib -lSnmpAuxiLib -lSnmpLib -lXsnmpLib -lsocket -lnsl
-Wl,-no-whole-archive -fPIC -shared -o register.o to build a
shared lib.
 	But when I load it thru an app I get an error saying that a symbol
defined in XsnmpLib is not found, earlier it was a symbol in XtlLib, it
seems that the whole-archive switch worked only on the first lib eventhough
I've included all of them between -whole and -no-whole-archive.
    Any idea?  Is there any other way I can shuffle around this switch and
make sure that all the symbols in all the libs get linked properly?

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