Subject: Re: library dependencies ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Space Case <email@example.com>
Date: 06/02/2001 17:19:58
On Jun 2, 6:55pm, Frederick Bruckman wrote:
>On Sat, 2 Jun 2001, Space Case wrote:
>> Does anyone have/know of a tool that can check the library dependencies of
>> executables, and flag those whose libraries are missing?
>Hope you know that you have to keep the old ELF minors, once mac68k
>switches to ELF...
Really? Yuck. There's already enough bloat in my /usr/lib dir.
> for e in /usr/*/bin/*
> ldd $e 2> /dev/null |
> egrep -q "libcurses\.so\.((2\.5)|(3\.7))" &&
> echo $e
OK. I was thinking of something a little more general -- I have 22 libs
with an aggregate 36 old major versions. While the core OS will be using
the newest versions, there will be stuff in /usr/pkg/bin and /usr/local/bin
that may be using the older ones. I'd like to be able to stuff the old
major versions in a "old" directory, then sweep the system for executables
that now no longer can find their libs.
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