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How to prevent functions from being exported in a shared library

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I have two static libraries which share function names and other symbols. I don't have the sources for the libraries so I thought of wrapping one of the libraries in a .so file. In win32 this works because I can control in a .def file which functions are exported from a dll. however which gcc/ld all functions are exported.
Is there a way to control which functions are exported from a shared library?
I read something about using a linker control script, but I haven't found a sample for such one...
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