libreginfo & c++ (update-menus)
>From some of the libc6 and __register_frame_info emails on this list
I've read I inferred that every compiler had it's own
On the other hand, people have sugested one usr/local/lib/libreginfo.so
library that contains _one_ __register_frame_info function to proviede
it for all programes that don't have it.
This seems to cause problems. Apparently, the libreginfo.so created
contains the `C' __register_frame_info function. So now it seems
like C++ programmes start to coredump for no apparent reason on
systems where usr/local/lib/libreginfo.so is installed (and used).
At least, this is how I explain the reports I've recieved from
two two different poeple about update-menus coredumping when they
Could my way of reasoning be right? If so, can we eighter get rid of
libreginfo.so as soon as possible, or make it useable with both
c++ and c programmes (and fortran, pascal, whatever)?
If not, what is causing update-menus to coredump on systems that
have libreginfo.so installed?
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