I have been programming against libjpeg.so.62 for the longest time. I
have recently tried using libjpeg 8. One reason is that I want to use
the jpeg_mem_dest() functionality. I know I could roll my own in the
older library, but I thought using the supported one in the released
library would have fewer issues.
I do not have a problem with my own apps (as far as I know - early
days). There are, however, some other components we use that are
compiled against 6.2. For example Motif (don't ask) and the GD
library. I am sure there are others, but I see warnings for these two
when linking my applications. Such as:
libjpeg.so.8, needed by /usr/lib/libXm.so, may conflict with libjpeg.so.62
I am wondering how the run-time loaded will resolve things. The
applications will have references to both versions of the library.
Surely in that way lies madness. Anyone been there done that?
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