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From: Gerd Stolpmann <info@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] A step short of -noautolink?
Am Fre, 2003-04-18 um 02.14 schrieb Jacques Garrigue:
> From: Greg Kimberly <lists@gak.com>
> 
> > I'm new to caml so apologies if this is too obvious.
> 
> This doesn't look obvious at all!
> 
> [..]
> > So far, so good. Unfortunately, the default build for the examples fails 
> > because the examples implicitly include pcre.cma which contains linker 
> > directives which cause the /lib/libpcre.so.0 to be linked- which is the 
> > wrong version. At this point I can see two possible fixes:
> > 
> > Upgrade the version of libpcre in /lib - not good in the general case as it 
> > might cause compatiblility problems elsewhere
> > 
> > Use -noautolink in the example makefile to suppress the inclusion of the 
> > linker directive -lpcre which has been inherited from pcre.cma
> > 
> > This is the solution I'm using but it seems non-optimal to throw away all 
> > included linker directives just to remove one unwanted dependency. Is there 
> > some better way to deal with this issue that I'm overlooking? Is there some 
> > way to tell camlc to ignore a particular inherited directive from a .cma?
> 
> After some fiddling I think I have a solution to your problem.
> 
> You can change the autolink information in a .cma by relinking it,
> with the -noautolink option.
> 
> If you just want to strip this information you can write:
> ocamlc -a -noautolink -o mypcre.cma pcre.cma
> 
> But you can also replace it with correct information:
> ocamlc -a -noautolink -o mypcre.cma pcre.cma -custom \
>   -ccopt -L/usr/local/lib -cclib -lpcre_stubs -cclib -lpcre
> (I'm not sure of the library name for pcre stubs)
> 
> Note that all this may be irrelevant to dynamically loaded stubs: in
> that case details about where to find the C library are inside
> dll???.so, and you cannot change them. However, you can change the
> load path with LD_LIBRARY_PATH (the system ld.so is at work in this
> case, and ocaml knows nothing about it).

You can also set LD_RUN_PATH when you build the dll???.so. In this case,
the path is stored in the file, and is automatically remembered when the
library is loaded.

Gerd
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