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Is it allowed to change hardcoded paths in IPP libraries (on Mac OS X)?

gennadii_mog
Beginner
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Hello everyone,

Can anybody tell me is it allowed to change hardcoded paths in IPP *.dylibs manually (using install_name_tool for example)?
Reason:
I created a dylib that uses IPP libraries (libippcore.dylib, ...). But whenever I try to use it, the application expects the dylib to be located in /opt/intel/... and refuses to load it from current directory.
I can use DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH variable but I want to avoid it.

Thanks,
Gennadii
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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Hi Gennady,

I see no problem from technical point of view, you may need to run unbind command first.

Regards,
Vladimir

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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Hi Gennady,

I see no problem from technical point of view, you may need to run unbind command first.

Regards,
Vladimir
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