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Re: fprintf symbol in libgcc of gcc 3.3 vs 4.0


Jack Howarth wrote:
   I am trying to find out if there has been some change to the
internal symbol name associated with fprintf in libgcc of gcc 4.0
compared to gcc 3.3. In particular, I am concerned about being
able to use the linker from gcc 4.0 to link in IBM Fortran XL code
with gcc 4.0 compiled code using the libgcc.a from gcc 4.0.
Specifically does the same _fprintf exist in libgcc.a on both
gcc 3.3 and gcc 4.0? If not what can one do work around such
symbol changes short of waiting for any update of the IBM Fortran
XL compiler?

fprintf is not part of libgcc, it is part of the c runtime (libc).


nathan
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