Interface loading and dynamic linking
carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 18:02:37 UTC 2013
I think part of what Ian is saying is that the default config for a Perf
build for HEAD will build the dylib versions of all the libraries. Or am I
not understanding the question?
eg: see the default make file
On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Ben Gamari <bgamari.foss at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ian Lynagh <igloo at earth.li> writes:
> > You shouldn't need dynamic-by-default. It should Just Work in HEAD, both
> > unregisterised and registerised.
> Just to clarify, how does one configure GHCi to use dynamic linking now?
> Should I interpret your message to mean that it is already configured
> this way? Where in the tree is this configured?
> To be perfectly clear, I want to ensure that dynamic linking is always
> preferred over linking static objects with the RTS linker. Will this
> happen as things stand? How does GHCi decide how to load a library? Is
> this the role of GhcDynamic?
> I'm still not really sure why `DYNAMIC_BY_DEFAULT` should be causing the
> problems I'm observing. It seems to me that it is functionally equivalent
> to passing the `-dynamic` flag as they both simply add `WayDyn` to
> `ways` list. Do you have any idea where they might differ?
> - Ben
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