I've been bitten for the n-th time now by a library mismatch between a build and deployment environment. The build environment had libruby.so.2.0 and the deployment environment had libruby.a. One ruby ...
Clearly Apple has the ability to create dynamically loaded libraries (known as frameworks) for iOS, as they ship several with XCode (such as UIKit). App developers only have the ability to create ...
How could distribution and reuse flexibility be hurt by linking my program as a static or dynamic library?
I'm writing a small program that I want to be able to link with other programs. I also intend to run it from a command line interface, and maybe later with a GUI interface. How could distribution ...
In the Java world, it seems to sometimes be a problem, but, what about C++? Are there different solutions? I was thinking about the fact that someone can replace the C++ library of a specific OS ...