Re: Upcoming Debian Releases
On Sep 8, Brian C. White wrote
> 14 - Link shared libraries themselves against other shared libs, instead of
> including their code static (e.g. as current S-Lang already does); this
> can reduce memory use. -- email@example.com (J.H.M.Dassen)
> See H.J. Lu's "ELF: From The Programmer's Perspective"
> <URL:ftp://tsx-11.mit.edu/pub/linux/packages/GCC/elf.ps.gz> for details.
I'll repost my updated version of this text. Please put it in.
: 14 - Link shared libraries themselves against other shared libs, instead
: of including their code statically. This has several advantages. It
: allows the linker to warn about "mixed libc5/libc6 binaries", and,
: more general, makes the dependencies of shared libraries themselves
: more explicit; this should be used in generating the Depends: line of
: a library package (e.g. through dpkg-shlibdeps). This could prevent
: subtle bugs resulting from interactions between code (statically
: included) from incompatible library versions. Also, it can reduce
: memory use. -- firstname.lastname@example.org (J.H.M. Dassen)
: See H.J. Lu's "ELF: From The Programmer's Perspective"
: <URL:ftp://tsx-11.mit.edu/pub/linux/packages/GCC/elf.ps.gz> for
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