Hi,

Last time I had a similar problem I had to run
autoconf/autoreconf/something like this to regenerate configure on OSX.

Elias Mårtenson <loke...@gmail.com> writes:

> I don't think so. I believe the reason is that you're not compiling
> with a flat namespace.
>
> If I recall correctly OSX uses a different name resolution system
> by default where symbols from one library doesn't automatically
> become part of the namespace of another. 
>
> There were some magic flags one can use with the linker to get
> the normal behaviour from Linux, but I have no idea how it
> works. I don't use OSX anymore so I can't really experiment with
> it. 
>
> Regards, 
> Elias 
>
> On Fri, 18 May 2018, 08:14 Peter Teeson,
> <peter.tee...@icloud.com> wrote:
>
>  I’ve been thinking about this and I believe it’s probably
>  because libapl.so is C++ but Cocoa is Obj-C.
>  Pure C plays nicely with Obj-C but there needs to be
>  wrappers for C++ to play nicely with Obj-C.
>  So while I wait for your wise replies I will research what to
>  do to use C++ dlls in Obj-C; I don’t even know if that is
>  possible.
>
>  respect….
>
>  Peter
>
>  On May 17, 2018, at 12:10 PM, Peter Teeson
>  <peter.tee...@icloud.com> wrote:
>
>  Hi all:
>  The following is for svn 1048 ./configure —with-android
>  —with-libapl
>  Using MacOS Yosemite 10.10.5 and Xcode 6.4 and a
>  vanilla Cocoa Document app.
>
>  In the AppDelegate code I have the following:
>
>  void *libaplHandle; // plain C file pointer
>
>  - (void)applicationDidFinishLaunching:(NSNotification
>  *)aNotification {
>  // Load libapl from default location.
>  const char* libaplPath="/usr/local/lib/apl/libapl.so"; // TO
>  DO Make this path a User Preference....}
>
>  libaplHandle = dlopen(libaplPath,
>  RTLD_LAZY|RTLD_GLOBAL);
>  if (NULL == libaplHandle) {
>  char *error = dlerror();
>  printf("AppDelegate - dlopen(libaplHandle) error:
>  %s",error);
>  }
>  }
>
>  AppDelegate - dlopen(libaplHandle) error:
>  dlopen(/usr/local/lib/apl/libapl.so, 9): Symbol
>  not found: _CERR
>  Referenced from: /usr/local/lib/apl/libapl.so
>  Expected in: flat namespace
>  in /usr/local/lib/apl/libapl.so
>
>  I really have no idea why this happens. Please
>  educate me…..
>
>  Thanks and
>
>  respect…..
>
>  Peter
>
>

-- 
Br,
/Alexey

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