Dynamically Load Symbol (-d symb)

Note: For PowerLinux platforms only - when developing stub code for C programs, you cannot use this option in conjunction with the -O flag. To work around the issue, either link to the shared object or library containing the code in question, or compile without the -O flag.

Causes the symbol symb to be dynamically loaded if it is called. symb can be either of:

 symbol[, symbol]

where symbol is a function name and symbol-filename is a text file containing a list of symbols, one per line. Spaces between -d and ":" are allowed. There can be no spaces between ":" and the filename.

This option can be used when producing a linked executable module, to specify any missing modules that are to be loaded dynamically at run time.