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/* loader-shl_load.c --  dynamic linking with shl_load (HP-UX)

   Copyright (C) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006,
                 2007, 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   Written by Thomas Tanner, 1998

   NOTE: The canonical source of this file is maintained with the
   GNU Libtool package.  Report bugs to bug-libtool@gnu.org.

GNU Libltdl is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
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#include "lt__private.h"
#include "lt_dlloader.h"

/* Use the preprocessor to rename non-static symbols to avoid namespace
   collisions when the loader code is statically linked into libltdl.
   Use the "<module_name>_LTX_" prefix so that the symbol addresses can
   be fetched from the preloaded symbol list by lt_dlsym():  */
#define get_vtable      shl_load_LTX_get_vtable

LT_SCOPE lt_dlvtable *get_vtable (lt_user_data loader_data);

/* Boilerplate code to set up the vtable for hooking this loader into
   libltdl's loader list:  */
static int   vl_exit  (lt_user_data loader_data);
static lt_module vm_open  (lt_user_data loader_data, const char *filename,
                           lt_dladvise advise);
static int   vm_close (lt_user_data loader_data, lt_module module);
static void *      vm_sym   (lt_user_data loader_data, lt_module module,
                    const char *symbolname);

static lt_dlvtable *vtable = 0;

/* Return the vtable for this loader, only the name and sym_prefix
   attributes (plus the virtual function implementations, obviously)
   change between loaders.  */
lt_dlvtable *
get_vtable (lt_user_data loader_data)
  if (!vtable)
      vtable = lt__zalloc (sizeof *vtable);

  if (vtable && !vtable->name)
      vtable->name            = "lt_shl_load";
      vtable->module_open     = vm_open;
      vtable->module_close    = vm_close;
      vtable->find_sym        = vm_sym;
      vtable->dlloader_exit   = vl_exit;
      vtable->dlloader_data   = loader_data;
      vtable->priority        = LT_DLLOADER_APPEND;

  if (vtable && (vtable->dlloader_data != loader_data))
      return 0;

  return vtable;

/* --- IMPLEMENTATION --- */

#if defined(HAVE_DL_H)
#  include <dl.h>

/* some flags are missing on some systems, so we provide
 * harmless defaults.
 * Mandatory:
 * BIND_IMMEDIATE  - Resolve symbol references when the library is loaded.
 * BIND_DEFERRED   - Delay code symbol resolution until actual reference.
 * Optionally:
 * BIND_FIRST        - Place the library at the head of the symbol search
 *               order.
 * BIND_NONFATAL   - The default BIND_IMMEDIATE behavior is to treat all
 *               unsatisfied symbols as fatal.  This flag allows
 *               binding of unsatisfied code symbols to be deferred
 *               until use.
 *               [Perl: For certain libraries, like DCE, deferred
 *               binding often causes run time problems. Adding
 *               BIND_NONFATAL to BIND_IMMEDIATE still allows
 *               unresolved references in situations like this.]
 * BIND_NOSTART      - Do not call the initializer for the shared library
 *               when the library is loaded, nor on a future call to
 *               shl_unload().
 * BIND_VERBOSE      - Print verbose messages concerning possible
 *               unsatisfied symbols.
 * hp9000s700/hp9000s800:
 * BIND_RESTRICTED - Restrict symbols visible by the library to those
 *               present at library load time.
 * DYNAMIC_PATH      - Allow the loader to dynamically search for the
 *               library specified by the path argument.

#if !defined(DYNAMIC_PATH)
#  define DYNAMIC_PATH        0
#if !defined(BIND_RESTRICTED)
#  define BIND_RESTRICTED     0


/* A function called through the vtable when this loader is no
   longer needed by the application.  */
static int
vl_exit (lt_user_data LT__UNUSED loader_data)
  vtable = NULL;
  return 0;

/* A function called through the vtable to open a module with this
   loader.  Returns an opaque representation of the newly opened
   module for processing with this loader's other vtable functions.  */
static lt_module
vm_open (lt_user_data LT__UNUSED loader_data, const char *filename,
         lt_dladvise LT__UNUSED advise)
  static shl_t self = (shl_t) 0;
  lt_module module = shl_load (filename, LT_BIND_FLAGS, 0L);

  /* Since searching for a symbol against a NULL module handle will also
     look in everything else that was already loaded and exported with
     the -E compiler flag, we always cache a handle saved before any
     modules are loaded.  */
  if (!self)
      void *address;
      shl_findsym (&self, "main", TYPE_UNDEFINED, &address);

  if (!filename)
      module = self;
      module = shl_load (filename, LT_BIND_FLAGS, 0L);

      if (!module)

  return module;

/* A function called through the vtable when a particular module
   should be unloaded.  */
static int
vm_close (lt_user_data LT__UNUSED loader_data, lt_module module)
  int errors = 0;

  if (module && (shl_unload ((shl_t) (module)) != 0))

  return errors;

/* A function called through the vtable to get the address of
   a symbol loaded from a particular module.  */
static void *
vm_sym (lt_user_data LT__UNUSED loader_data, lt_module module, const char *name)
  void *address = 0;

  /* sys_shl_open should never return a NULL module handle */
  if (module == (lt_module) 0)
  else if (!shl_findsym((shl_t*) &module, name, TYPE_UNDEFINED, &address))
      if (!address)

  return address;

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