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Shared library

     Section 11.2 of Debian Policy says:

   You must specify the gcc option `-D_REENTRANT' when building a library
   (either static or shared) to make the library compatible with

     Is this obsolete?  I can't find `-D_REENTRANT' in the gcc

     I assume that all Debian packages should be compatible with
LinuxThreads, or is this necessary only for code that specifically
uses threads?

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