Linking to proprietary C++ library in old ABI format using gcc-3. 2

Eljay Love-Jensen
Wed Dec 10 17:40:00 GMT 2003

Hi Nic,

Option 1 (most recommended):
Get your vendor to provide you with a GCC 3.2 library.

Option 2:
Make a GCC 2.95 C interface thunk layer to the library.
On your GCC 3.2 side, make facade classes that calls through the C-ABI thunk layer.

Option 3:
Use a different database.  Preferably one that is open source, so you'll never be stuck in this situation again.

Option 4 (least recommended):
Regress your code back to GCC 2.95 level of C++ compliance.


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