[fpc-pascal]dll (with c convention) under win and linux
a.halbotschoonaert at free.fr
Sun Nov 5 16:48:34 CET 2000
Sebastian =?iso-8859-1?Q?G=FCnther?= a écrit:
> Alexis Halbot-Schoonaert wrote:
> > ./dlltest: error in loading shared libraries:
> > libtestdll.so: cannot open shared object file:
> > No such directory
> > Though, libtestdll.so is in the same directory than dlltest. I tried to
> > copy libtestdll.so in /usr/sbin, and i have the same problem. So,
> > supposed it was not because of the path...
> Not if you didn't run 'ldconfig' after copying the .so to /usr/sbin...
> [BTW, you should use /usr/local/bin or /usr/local/sbin instead...]
I copied my library in /usr/local/bin
I also used ldconfig
I tried to use the library before and after copiing, using ldconfig
but it didn't work.
I have always the same error when i want to use it :
./dlltest: error in loading shared libraries:
libtestdll.so: cannot open shared object file:
No such directory
> > And i'd like the main program and the library to use the c call
> > convention (with cdecl ?). What is the way to do it ?
> Attention, this is not the default on Win32. Win32 libraries normally
> use 'stddecl' conventions. On Linux, cdecl is standard, of course.
> > program dlltest;
> > procedure p1(x:pointer); external 'testdll' name 'P1';
> procedure p1(x:pointer); cdecl; external 'testdll' name 'P1';
> and so on
> - Sebastian
thank you for your help.
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