Re: Must NOT link with pthread
On Tue, May 27, 2003 at 10:59:50AM +0200, Robert Millan wrote:
> my apologises, Marcus. i'll follow your suggestion next time.
It never hurts to ask if you see something unusual. Any unexplained
difference between GNU/Linux and GNU/Hurd is by definition unusual :).
> it seems we do actualy have a system bug, maybe in ld or in our dynamic linker
> (GNU/Linux uses a different one, right?). whereever it is, this bug is
> reproduced in the following places (i've hit all them):
We certainly have bugs. However, we are using the very same linker. So if
indeed something is errorneous with the linker, then we have a problem.
However, libsdc++ and problems with weak symbols rather indicate a compiler
problem, than a linker problem. Of course it is not possible to guess what
> xfree86: see http://people.debian.org/~rmh/xfree86/glxinfo-makefile.diff (applied)
> xft2: bug #185536
> gtkgl2: bug #186760
> libgcrypt: bug #187309
> [...] (and more i forgot and are already "fixed")
I think that 185536 (xft2) might be a genuine bug (although I can not check
without the X sources), while the others probably are not. g++ should
always add libstdc++ automatically for C++ programs.
> Marcus, i'm unable to debug this. please could you have it a look and
> try to find out the problem?
I will follow up.
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