[Interest] Correcting deployment linkages in Linux shared libraries
Rainer_Wiesenfarth at trimble.com
Wed Dec 4 06:20:45 CET 2013
Am 04.12.2013 05:58, schrieb Thiago Macieira:
> On terça-feira, 3 de dezembro de 2013 19:51:44, Bob Hood wrote:
>> However, the plug-in shared libraries don't seem to be adhering to this
>> redirection mechanism. If I deploy to a "clean" installation of my Linux
>> distribution, the shared libraries have changed their linkages to the Qt
>> version found in /usr/lib64 (which, in this case, is 4.6.2) instead of using
>> those in the folder with them. I discovered using the ldd tool.
>> Is there a post-build action I need to perform to "fix" these linkages, like
>> the "install_name_tool" utility under OS X? If not, how do I get these
>> plug-ins to use the Qt deployed with them?
> Post-build? No.
> Add an -rpath $ORIGIN [...]
What we did in addition for our software is to add these options to the
-buildkey namexyz -no-rpath -R $ORIGIN
This was used to prevent 'our' QtCore4.so (?) from loading
system-installed plugins that in turn tried to use a different version
of the Qt shared objects.
Thiago, please comment on this if it happens to be complete nonsense... :-)
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