Migration from GCC3.4.3 to GCC4.1.2
John (Eljay) Love-Jensen
Thu Apr 30 11:54:00 GMT 2009
Are you using explicit template instantiation?
If you look at ConfigTest.cpp line 638, is the body for ylmm::basic_parser<action::expression, ylmm::basic_location, 0, ylmm::basic_lock>:arse(void*) in a template header file (.h) being including by ConfigTest.cpp (or in ConfigTest.cpp itself)?
If the body is not in the template header file (and not in ConfigTest.cpp itself), I recommend putting the body of the arse() method into the appropriate template header file and use vague linkage instead of explicit template instantiation.
If you really prefer explicit template instantiation, I recommend checking to see why the .o which should have the instantiation of the arse() method does not have it instantiated.
Likewise for the other link-time missing templates methods and/or functions.
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