The Question is:
If I have a program, A, that calls a function in a shared library, B, I know
how to compile and link A and B, but how do they find each other at run time?
That is, when I RUN A, how does the image activator find B so it can link them
together at run time
? On unix you specify the environment variable, LD_LIBRARY_PATH that has a
list of directories to search to find B.
The Answer is :
Please see the discussion of shareable images, and particularly please
see the shareable image cookbook. A link to the shareable image cookbook
document is available on the main page of the Ask The Wizard website.