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GPT_BUILD_CONFIG(8)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				       GPT_BUILD_CONFIG(8)

NAME
gpt_build_config - Returns a minimized list of ldflags from a list of globus packages and external libraries. SYNOPSIS
gpt_build_config -src <source metadata file> -f <globus_flavor_name> -link [static|shared] DESCRIPTION
gpt_build_config creates a file in it's current directory named gpt_build_temp.sh that contains a list of necessary flags assembled from the build environment metadata of the packages on which the source metadata depends. This scanning is done recursively to cover the entire dependency tree. This script was initially inspired by the shell script gnome_config. LINK ORDER
The flag list returned by gpt_build_config is assembled in dependent order. A dependency between two libraries occurs when one library needs the symbols of another library in order to link correctly. For most linkers the library providing the symbols has to be linked after the library that needs the symbols. For example, from the line: -L/opt/Xpm/lib -lXpm -L/usr/lib/X11 -lXm -lX gpt_build_config assumes that the library Xpm is dependent on Xm which in turn is dependent on X. In addition, gpt_build_config assumes that Xpm is located in /opt/Xpm/lib and Xm and X are both located in /usr/lib/X11. BUGS
Circular dependencies between libraries are not supported. AUTHOR
Michael Bletzinger <mbletzin.ncsa.uiuc.edu> and Eric Blau <eblau.ncsa.uiuc.edu> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-30 GPT_BUILD_CONFIG(8)

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LDBASH(1)							  libbash Manual							 LDBASH(1)

NAME
ldbash -- Dynamic loader for libbash(7) libraries. SYNOPSIS
ldbash [-h | --help] ldbash [-l | --list] ldbash [-L | --load lib,[lib] ...] ldbash [-U | --unload lib,[lib] ...] ldbash [-e | --externlist lib,[lib] ...] ldbash [--externlist-all] ldbash [--i | --internlista lib,[lib] ...] ldbash [--internlist-all] DESCRIPTION
ldbash is used to manipulate libbash(7) libraries. Its main function is to load specific library. It can also print list of available libraries, list functions each library exports, unload functions, etc. In case of --load and --unload ,the output is intended to be passed to bash eval command. Options -h | --help Print options summary -l | --list Display list of available libraries. The libraries names listed, may be passed as parameters to other invocations of ldbash. I.e. first you run ldbash --list to see what is available and then you may load it. -L | --load lib,[lib] ... Load given libraries - i.e. print string that should be passed to eval command. Usually the string contains various source commands. Libraries that given libraries depend on are also loaded. Libraries only loaded if their dependencies are satisfied. Dependencies are resolved using ldbash.cache file, which is created by ldbashconfig(8). -U | --unload lib,[lib] ... Unload given libraries, but not their dependencies. The output should be passed to eval command (in the same manner as with --load ). -e | --externlist lib,[lib] ... List all symbols that are exported by given libraries. Symbols are usually functions that given libraries implement. --externlist-all List all exported symbols of all available libraries. Symbols are usually functions that library implement. -i | --internlist lib,[lib] ... List all internal symbols (i.e. global variables/functions) of given libraries. This is intended mostly for developers that want to develop library of their own, and want to be sure that they don't override any already defined symbol. --internlist-all List all internal symbols of all available libraries. This is intended mostly for developers that want to develop library of their own, and want to be sure that they don't override any already defined symbol. FILES
/etc/ldbash.cache Cache file that contains information about libraries dependencies and list of exported symbols. See ldbashconfig((8)) for further details. BUGS
The script can't load libraries if their file name starts with '-'. (If someone uses file names that start with a '-' he/she deserves it!) AUTHORS
Hai Zaar <haizaar@gmail.com> Gil Ran <gil@ran4.net> SEE ALSO
libbash(7), ldbashconfig(8) Linux Epoch Linux

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