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Re: Build/Makefile question
On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 10:58 AM, Caroline Tice <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am working on a patch (which I hope to be able to submit in the next
> few days), and I have run into a snag that I am hoping someone can
> help me with.
> As part of this patch, I am trying to build two new *.a (static
> archive) libraries in libstdc++-v3/libsupc++. I have modified
> Makefile.am and rebuilt Makefile.in in libsupc++ to do this. I had
> this working just fine on GCC 4.6.3, but when I try to apply the
> changes to GCC ToT, I find that something in the build system seems to
> have changed: Not only is it building the two static archive
> libraries, it is ALSO then building two dynamic shared libraries (*.so
> files), which I do NOT want. And even worse, it's putting the wrong
> stuff into the .so files. I have not been able to find/isolate the
> code that is telling GCC to go build the .so files. As I said, this
> worked for me in GCC 4.6.3. Does anybody know what might be going
> wrong or where/how to fix this? Help, please??
Kind of hard to say without seeing the patch. Look at the build log,
and make sure that libtool is being invoked with --tag disable-shared.
That should be all that is required.