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Section - -46- How can I tell which shared objects my executable uses?

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  To see static dependencies (the names of libraries specified at
  compile time), use 'odump -Lv' for COFF format executables (under IRIX
  4.0.x, or 5.x using the irix4 compatibility stuff) and 'odump -Dl' or
  'elfdump -Dl' for ELF format executables (IRIX 5.x only). (Both are in
  the dev.cmplrs_sw.util subsystem.)

  To see dynamic dependencies (the full paths to libraries determined at
  runtime, after environment variables are taken into account, which is
  what SunOS' 'ldd' tells you), use rld.debug and turn on rld tracing
  with _RLD_ARGS. See the rld(1) manpage.

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