tm vs. type in symbol name of std::time_put<>::put()

Marc Glisse
Sat Sep 16 06:49:00 GMT 2017

On Fri, 15 Sep 2017, Johan Alfredsson wrote:

> OK, thanks.
> Is there a workaround for this issue on the gcc user side? (I guess I could
> always avoid using libstdc++ and go with libc++ instead.) I don't have any
> constraints when it comes to ABI breakage.

Then the easiest is for you to patch gcc so it mangles "normally" (remove 
solaris_cxx_decl_mangling_context in gcc/config/sol2.h) and rebuild. Some 
alternatives are to hack the system headers so tm gets declared in the 
global namespace, or to provide aliases for all the libstdc++ symbols that 
involve tm/ldiv_t/...

Marc Glisse

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