ldd for android

by wasabee18 » Fri, 20 May 2011 17:32:13 GMT


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 Hi everyone,

there is no ldd for android available in the ndk. is it available
somewhere else ?
It is useful when troubleshooting libraries.

i know it has already been been posted in a different list (http://
groups.google.com/group/android-platform/browse_thread/thread/
3e4a52d24373611c/e9503ff6bebb83b1?#e9503ff6bebb83b1) but no reply.

Cheers.

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