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Re: FW: Run-time library update

On Tue, 16 Apr 2002 13:26, Wilson wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > Ive been goind trough ur web site and documents, and found them extremely
> > useful. Ive  a query on shared libraries.
> > Ive an application running, which links certain shared libs. Can I update
> > the library during run-time, and load it into the application without
> > stoping it? (I use Linux as OS platform (on an x86 machine) and gcc
> > version 2.96)
> >
> > Does Linux/gcc has a support/solution for this?
> > Please help.

There has been a text book published on writing C/C++ programs to do such 
things.  However it requires special code in both the library and the 

Changing libc6 on a running program is not going to happen.  But why would 
you want it to?

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