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QuestionLinking libraries - follow-up- gcc++ won't link Pin
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Vaclav_ wrote:
type .so library has STANDARD IDE options for linker , but type .a , which I have been messing with, does NOT.
That makes no sense, there are no such things as standard IDE options for compiling and/or linking. The options are determined by the specific compiler and linker in use. You may have an IDE that is set up to use the most common options for gcc, but you still need to modify it depending whether you are trying to create a static archive (.a), or shared object library (.so).
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QuestionReverse engineering GCC output - need library file (name) and path. Pin
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QuestionDPI aware, I am confused Pin
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