[erlang-questions] How to load a port driver which itself uses a shared library?

Diptansu Das diptansu@REDACTED
Fri May 15 15:30:40 CEST 2015

 I used the erl_ddll:format_error/1 and that said that one of the functions
(foo) was undefined. The function doo is actually in another .so file in
the same directory (lets call that foo.so). Weirdly, when I run ldd on my
driver.so it does not show any dependency on this foo.so . I am compiling
the driver by using:
 g++ -o simple_drv.so -i$ERL_TOP/erts/emulator/beam -fpic -shared

On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 3:41 AM, Sergej Jurečko <sergej.jurecko@REDACTED>

> To check shared library paths that your driver is looking for:
> Linux: ldd your_driver.so
> Osx: otool -L your_driver.so
> Sergej
> On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 4:57 AM, Diptansu Das <diptansu@REDACTED> wrote:
>> I need to create a port driver which will need to link against some other
>> shared library. When I try to load the driver I get an {error, {open_error,
>> -10}}. I tracked this down to the call to the shared library functions. If
>> I comment out the calls to the shared library it loads fine. It seems the
>> erl_ddll loader cannot load a driver if it links to a shared library... Or
>> maybe there is some other way to accomplish this?
>> In case I cannot create a normal dynamically loaded port driver, how can
>> I statically link it to the erlang build?
>> Thanks,
>> D
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