Re: does libc5.4.7 belong in Rex
Dale Scheetz <email@example.com> writes:
> Partly because the compiler is also using the target library. This allows
> the compiler to generation code that works with the target library. Thus
> the program gets "bugs" fixed by this process.
What?? You're saying the output of the compiler is a function of what
library the compiler is linked with? That's not true.
The libraries are downward compatible within the same major version.
That means if you compile with a.b, you can link against any a.c where
c >= b.
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