Author loewis
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Date 2014-05-19.20:05:08
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I think you are right. It would IMO be useful to research a few comparable systems. E.g. Apache modules don't link a shared library, but still refer to apr_ functions as undefined symbols - but then, there isn't an APR shared library in the first place (at least not on Debian - how about Redhat?)

PHP might be close to our case: Debian includes a libphp5.so (in /usr/lib/php5), yet neither /usr/bin/php5 nor the Apache libphp5.so link against it, and all the PHP modules (in /usr/lib/php5/20100525+lfs/) don't link with the shared library - on Debian. I wonder how it is on systems that actually use the PHP shared library.
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