[C++-sig] Problem with importing shared library into Python
edxxgardo at gmail.com
Fri Nov 25 12:54:13 CET 2011
I am having problems with importing a .so shared library I just compiled
following the example giving in the book:
API Design for C++ : www.apibook.com (Chapter 11)
I downloaded the Boost library and I compiled it (fullw) into a
subdirectory called /compilation, where I get the /include and /lib
directories. No error during the compilation (Ubuntu 11.10).
Then I downloaded the code from the book examples and I compiled it without
errors and I get the phonebook.so in the same directory as where I launch
python interpreter, but the import in python trigger this error:
ImportError: /home/pablo/phonebook/phonebook.so: undefined symbol:
what I think is because python does not find the library.
I try to play around with the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable, ldconfig, I copied
the phonebook.so library into /usr/lib and /usr/local/lib, and nothing ...
I get the same error.
Can anybody explain me what is the problem? thanks a lot in advance,
N.B: the version of python used during the boost compilation and .cpp
compilation are the same, 2.7
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