Re: GTK problems - not compiling
>>>>> "ijr" == ijr <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ijr> Eh.. It's the latter. Compiling glib against glibc2.1
ijr> enables it to run programs compiled with glibc2.1, as it uses
ijr> libio. I've _just_ tested it. A program with g_print() in
ijr> it that's compiled with glibc2.1 will segfault with a glib
ijr> that is compiled against glibc2.0 and run fine when compiled
ijr> against a glib that is compiled against glibc2.1.
ijr> Is a bug truely a bug when it is the desired behaviour by the
I think that if anything that doesn't use internal libc functions
crashes on an upgrade to libc6 2.1, it is a backwards compatibility
bug in libc6. Don't you?
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