Re: RFC: SDL and X static extension libraries re-revisited
>> Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > What happens if two different dynamic objects, destined to be linked
> > into the same runtime, are linked against different versions of the
> > library?
> > Is that a problem?
> I don't know, but I get the feeling it would be a problem.
In general you enter the real of undefined behaviour.
> On the other hand, I don't know how you'd get two different versions
> of a _pic.a object onto a system at the same time, anyway. At least
> under the proposal I'm making, this would be impossible.
What Jules means is that libfoo1.deb was compiled with a version of
libXxf86dga_pic.a and libbar1.deb was compiled with another version,
same API, different behaviour for whatever reason. What happens
depens on the link line of the application (-lfoo -lbar vs -lbar
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