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About using file .so in Qt
I have downloaded a .so file which provide a lot of service, How can I use the .so file and call the service functions?
plz show me way to use file .so.
Thanks for all supports!
lgeyer last edited by
You either link against the shared library or you use "QLibrary":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/doc/qt-4.8/qlibrary.html to load the library at runtime.
post4pavan last edited by
As far as I know, you can use it by including it like -lpng -lbb2d -lcsi etc, here as an example I have libpng.so, libbb2d.so, libcsi.so etc..... Its similar to the way Lukas Geyer has mentioned I guess!
Regards :: Krishna Pavan
OlivierB last edited by
If your library is pure C so it is possible to use it like Lukas explained. But if your contain C++ symbols is not that simple. Take a look at "this post":http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8521929/linking-against-so-library-without-header-files-via-objdump
thanks all! I tried read and worked follow QLibrary but I still understand enough about that. And my .so file, which i have, is pure C but file .h attach with it have #include <jni.h> (a .h file in java) i try use it on Qt on Windows (not Linux)? Can be worked? Plz explain me clearly.
Thanks for all supports again!
l.v.p last edited by
If you right-click on your project name (in project browser) there is option Add Library. Then a window where you choose type of linking and library and then you have library in your project. Check it out.
@luva.v.pikor: your way not work the Qt don't recognize file .so
P/s: option Add Library it will be called when u right-click on file .pro of project