Re: PW#5-7: Linking shared libraries with -lc
Christian Schwarz writes:
> > If those libraries are not in use before the program runs, they
> > are loaded, and the memory requierements for your program increases, a
> > lot. The GNU linker is not smart enough to drop the libraries that are not
> > used at all, or so I've been told here before.
This raises a question I've thought for several days now: is there a
mean of asking the system what shared libs are currently loaded ?
I thought of a /proc entry, but could not find one.
Such a thing would surely be useful to detect/verify such
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