creating an AIX shared object for Python

Robin Boerdijk robin.boerdijk at nl.origin-it.com
Thu Nov 25 21:47:19 CET 1999


In Python-1.5.2/Misc there is a file called AIX-NOTES which has a section
'SHARED LIBRARY SUPPORT' and that explains how to do it.

Robin

<drjatalb at my-deja.com> wrote in message news:81haen$5qg$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> My question is in trying to create a shared object that can be
> dynamically loaded into Python on AIX.  I have a small extension module
> of C code which makes a 3rd party C library available to Python.  I
> have been successful in creating a shared object on IRIX, Solaris, HP-
> UX, and Windows NT for this extension module but so far have not been
> successful in doing it under AIX.  Here are the two simple commands I
> am trying to use and the error message which results during the build
> of the shared library (I am using Python 1.5.2):
>
> cc -c -qfuncsect -I/users/toollib/include/python1.5 -
> I/net/rush/disk1/pdi/toolkits/crusher/crusher312/include crushermodule.c
>
> ld -G crushermodule.o -o crushermodule.so -
> L/net/rush/disk1/pdi/toolkits/crusher/crusher312/lib/AIX_4.2.1 -lcrusher
> ld: 0711-327 WARNING: Entry point not found: __start
> ld: 0711-244 ERROR: No csects or exported symbols have been saved.
>
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
>
> Dr. Jeff Talbert
> jat at iti-oh.com
>
>
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