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 . . . For those on Mac, this is Steam code provided by Rockstar:Q: Is my computer compiling the code or is it already available in the shared library? I want to learn the LLVM compiler. I have a question regarding how the linker works. I am working on a project which contains a.cpp file and a header. Does the compiler generate a shared library for the function that has the same name as my header file? If so, I am going to use a function which has the same name as my header file to call the compiler. int GetNum(int); Do I need to provide the implementation of the function somewhere else? A: Your question: Does the compiler generate a shared library for the function that has the same name as my header file? is imprecise. You are not asking "Does my compiler create a shared library", you are asking "When I compile a program, do I get an executable or a library (that is, an object file or shared object file, not an executable)". First of all, compilers generate shared libraries by default. In most cases you will get an executable file. And second, the answer is "it depends". If so, I am going to use a function which has the same name as my header file to call the compiler. In general, when you call the compiler from within a shared library, it will emit another shared library. This means that the function name (and the contents of the function) is not a part of the output and the function would be named the same as it is in the library the compiler is being called from. However, you may not need to do anything special if you use a function that has the same name in the library. You may not even need to do anything special if your library is only used by the compiler itself. In general, if you want the compiler to emit the functions into a shared library, you must provide the implementation yourself. Furthermore, in some cases, you might get away without providing the implementation of a function. As already mentioned by @mds, many functions have implementation provided by the compiler itself. The gcc documentation states: It is the programmer's responsibility to provide a correct implementation in the first place and to document

 

 


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