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Names of MathLink libraries on different Unix platforms

  • Subject: [mg3113] Names of MathLink libraries on different Unix platforms
  • From: ble at price.eecs.berkeley.edu (Brian Evans)
  • Date: 2 Feb 1996 04:09:42 -0600
  • Approved: usenet@wri.com
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  • Newsgroups: wri.mathgroup
  • Organization: University of California at Berkeley
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I would like to know what the name of the MathLink library is for
the various Unix architectures.  Generally, the library is named libML.
This is true for AIX, DEC/alpha, DEC/MIPS, SGI Irix 5, HP/UX 9, and
Sun 4 operating systems.  For Solaris 2, its libMLelf.a.  Are there
any other exceptions?   What about NetBSD, Linux, IBM RS/6000, HP/UX 10?

I'm trying to build a MathLink application across multiple Unix
platforms.  It would have been convenient if Mathematica came with
an architecture-dependent Bin sub-directory because the name of
the library would always be the same, and it would allow multiple
binaries to be installed on the same file server.

Thanks in advance.

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Brian L. Evans, Ph.D.
211-105 Cory Hall
Dept. of EECS
University of California
Berkeley, CA  94720-1772

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Brian L. Evans, Ph.D.
211-105 Cory Hall
Dept. of EECS
University of California


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