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Part I Using the Link-Editor and Runtime Linker

1.  Introduction to the Oracle Solaris Link Editors

2.  Link-Editor

3.  Runtime Linker

4.  Shared Objects

5.  Interfaces and Versioning

6.  Establishing Dependencies with Dynamic String Tokens

Capability Specific Shared Objects

Reducing Filtee Searches

Instruction Set Specific Shared Objects

Reducing Filtee Searches

System Specific Shared Objects

Locating Associated Dependencies

Dependencies Between Unbundled Products


Part II Quick Reference

7.  Link-Editor Quick Reference

8.  Versioning Quick Reference

Part III Advanced Topics

9.  Direct Bindings

10.  Mapfiles

11.  Extensibility Mechanisms

Part IV ELF Application Binary Interface

12.  Object File Format

13.  Program Loading and Dynamic Linking

14.  Thread-Local Storage

Part V Appendices

A.  Linker and Libraries Updates and New Features

B.  System V Release 4 (Version 1) Mapfiles


Chapter 6

Establishing Dependencies with Dynamic String Tokens

A dynamic object can establish dependencies explicitly or through filters. Each of these mechanisms can be augmented with a runpath, which directs the runtime linker to search for and load the required dependency. String names used to record filters, dependencies and runpath information can be augmented with the following reserved dynamic string tokens.

The following sections provide examples of how each of these tokens can be employed.