I have a shared library (*.so) created using Real View Compiler Tools (RVCT 3.2) on windows target. Then I try to link this *.so file with my application using gcc on linux system.
What is the gcc option to link this shared library with my application linux?
My question is, is the
-shared option, which is used as
gcc -shared myfile.so
…, used to create the SO file or to link the SO file? I believe it creates something like:
Is this enough? Or is there any other switch to tell the linker that it's a dynamic library (shared object)?