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Re: questions on dlopen

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On Wed, Dec 05, 2001 at 02:45:04PM +0100, wrote:
>Hi Chris!
>i found your email adress in a posting which seems to be releated to the
>problems i have...
>I try to port a tool 'ccmalloc' for detection of memory leaks to Win32 via
>cygwin. At the moment this tool is known to compile on Linux and Solaris
>only. If you want to have a look on it:
>The fundamental part is that it overwrites the malloc resp. free function
>of libc with own functions. These functions then try to call the libcs
>implementation of malloc/free by using dlopen(LIBC) and dlsym(handle,
>First of all there's no in my cygwin installation. Only a libc.a. I
>played a little bit around, but dlopen fails. Then i tried to point dlopen
>to the cygwin1.dll. That worked for dlopen and dlsym. But now, other
>strange things appear. (calling fopen leads to core dump)...
>I know this are very few informations, but maybe you have some ideas and
>can give me some suggestions...
>Thank you very much!

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