1.3.73 info sharedlibrary

Displays the names of the loaded shared libraries, the base address, and whether the debug symbols of the shared libraries are loaded or not.

  • You must launch the debugger with --target_os command-line option before you can use this feature. In Eclipse, this option is automatically selected when you connect to a target using gdbserver.
  • This command is only supported for Linux application debug, for example, connections using gdbserver. It is not supported for Linux kernel debug, for example, connections using JTAG.

Syntax

info sharedlibrary [/order] [/sort_by] [/group]

Where:

/order

Specifies the sorting order:

a

Ascending order. This is the default.

d

Descending order.

/sort_by

Specifies the sorting order of the shared objects:

b

Sort by base addresses. This is the default.

n

Sort by library names.

/group

Specifies whether to group the debug symbols:

s

Group loaded symbols followed by unloaded symbols.

sn

Group unloaded symbols followed by loaded symbols.

Example 1-76 Examples

info sharedlibrary           # Display shared libraries by base address, asc
info sharedlibrary /n        # Display shared libraries by library name, asc
info sharedlibrary /d        # Display shared libraries by base address, desc
info sharedlibrary /n /a /s  # Display shared libraries grouped loaded->unloaded
                             # and by library name, asc
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