perhaps anybody here now the answer. I didn't found anything with Google.
I'd like to use native C-code called via Java JNI interface. On other platforms (Linux, HP-UX, Solaris etc.) all went well.
You see it's an porting issue.
All I want to do is to compile an JNI stub (shared library) load in Java via System.loadLibrary(libraryStubName);
I tried it on Leopard with 32- and 64-Bit. I don't like to use Xcode. I need the core gcc compiler options.
The options I already tried are gcc -dynamiclib -undefined dynamic_lockup -o libstub.so stub.c
The stub was not loaded or found by java although DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH is set. Is there an other logic where java found it's JNI stubs?
Thanks in advanced for helping, Thorsten
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