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Re: __register_frame_info: A complete scan

On Mon, 30 Nov 1998, Matthias Klose wrote:

> Jason Gunthorpe writes:
>  > 
>  > On Sun, 29 Nov 1998, Richard Braakman wrote:
>  > 
>  > > All these binaries need to be recompiled for slink; they will break with
>  > > the new libc6.  I excluded C++ binaries from the scan, since they don't
>  > > need to be recompiled -- they just need an updated libstdc++.
>  > 
>  > Is this actually right? AFAIK NO library or aplication should define this
>  > as a dynamic symbol, it should always be statically linked. Has anyone
>  > asked the egcs people about it?
> AFAIK the libc6/libm defining the __register_frame_info symbol was
> compiled by an egcs-1.0.x or a self installed egcs. 

Thats right.

> Before asking, I 
> want to verify, that this is still the case with the current
> egcs-1.1.1 prerelease #4.

libc 2.0.7u-5 compiled with egcs 1.1.1 had __register_frame_info defined,
too. But this is not the question. The question is whether libstdc++2.9
should define it or not. Because now it does.

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