Thank you very much!!I resolved the problem after i install the new version Python(2.6.1).After i installed the new version, i check the binascii.so again, ldd -r binascii.so, everything goes right.... thank you very much.....
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----- 原邮件 ----- 发件人: Jack Jansen Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl 日期: 星期三, 一月 7日, 2009 上午5:07 主题: Re: [capi-sig] Some problem when i use Python C/API to embed python script, need Help...... 收件人: zouxianjun 45728 firstname.lastname@example.org 抄送: email@example.com
On 5-Jan-2009, at 08:08 , zouxianjun 45728 wrote:
when the program run as exe, everything goes right, but if i
the program as a .so lib, use other program to load the .so lib
run, it goes wrong,in the lib i also use
base64"); it goes wrong.....my python version is 2.3, i want to
what's the problem...... PyErr_Print() print the error info below: Traceback (most recent call last): File "./myModule111.py", line 3, in ? import base64 File "/usr/lib/python2.3/base64.py", line 7, in ? import binascii ImportError: /usr/lib/python2.3/lib-dynload/binascii.so:
i check the binascii.so, ldd -r binascii.so, this lib really has
many undefined symbols include PyExc_TypeError, but the problem
when the program is executable, it can goes fine......
when i compile the program as .so lib, i add -Xlinker -export- dynamic, it doesn't solve the problem.........
Ah, the joys of dynamic linkers...
You'll need to specify the exact version of your operating system
(probably Linux, but maybe MacOSX or some other unix variant?), and,
for completeness, your compiler and linker version.
Sometimes symbols in the base executable are available to all
dynamically loaded modules, but symbols in modules that are themselves
loaded dynamically not. This seems to be what's biting you.
Oh yes: can you try a newer version of Python? I fixed a similar error
for Python on MacOSX at some point in the past, it could be that
you're looking at an error has been fixed in the mean time, 2.3 is
pretty old by now.