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Author martin.panter
Recipients David.Edelsohn, Michael.Felt, martin.panter
Date 2016-05-08.04:52:52
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call find_library("foo")
libc:  libc.a
libc.a:  libc.a  libc.a  libcrypto.a

The above don’t seem right to me, unless compiling with “cc” etc works on AIX.

call cdll.LoadLibrary("foo")
m:  <CDLL 'None', handle d at 700000000216860>  <CDLL 'None', handle e at 700000000216860>

These doesn’t look right. What happened to the library name?

With your new file, it might be good to give it an underscore (_) prefix, to indicate it is an internal module rather than part of the ctypes API. So your code would do

import ctypes._aixutil as aix
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