How to see library paths used by netbeans 7.3 ?

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  • Subject: How to see library paths used by netbeans 7.3 ?
  • Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 15:36:55 -0400

Hi!

I'm quite new in Linux and netbeans dev....

I had a problem dealing with using dlopen() and dlsym() functions (dlfcn.h). 
These function were not recognised by gcc.

I have resolved a problem in "project properties->linker->Liraries->add 
standart library" and choosing "Dynamic linking" package.

Now, my question is: how can i know what really happend when i did it?
I think netbeans added the path /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu containing libdl.so 
to gcc, but how can in know, really the library paths under "Dynamic linking" 
package? There is no right-clic contextual menu on these packages when you 
want to add a library in project properties.

thanks for your answers, they will help me to understand how netbeans works!






How to see library paths used by netbeans 7.3 ?

Vorlaan 04/12/2013

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