|Bill Allombert on Thu, 9 Nov 2000 15:44:14 +0100 (MET)|
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|Re: [PARI] about the behavior of install()|
> >For example, to ensure compatibility with FAT filesystems, OS/2 >*forces* the DLL names to follow 8.3 convention. So a DLL cannot be >named libFFTquick.so. Additionally, it may take additional steps to >create DLLs which do not follow the system name-conventions... This means that only the suffix may change. And currently PARI only support dynamic linking of modules with libdl , WIN32 and WINCE, which all support long file names. The three possible extension are : .so for un*x-like system .o for SUNOS when someone forget the dummy linking ld -shared math.o -o math.so (it happen to me:) .dll for W*ndows So the thing to do is to make "install" retry with .so or .dll. Bill.