How does the JVM find Native functions?
neugens at limasoftware.net
Wed Jan 26 07:21:05 UTC 2011
Il giorno mar, 25/01/2011 alle 22.28 -0600, John J. Boyer ha scritto:
> I have created bindings for a C library. The Java program seems to load
> the library, but when I try to use a method which is declared native I
> always get UnsatisfiedLinkError. I used javah to create the headings,
> then derived the program from the headings. It looks to me like the
> methods have to be registered in some way. How do I go about this? How
> does the JVM find the native function corresponding to a native method?
Try passing -Djava.library.path=/path/to/your/library.so
Then use System.loadlibrary or System.load in a static initlialiser
where your code is used to register the library.
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