shared libstdc++ on SVR5, UDK.
Sat Jan 2 19:14:00 GMT 1999
Jeffrey A Law wrote:
> In message < 19990102052114.A939@rjlgemini.dgii.com >you write:
> > * configure.in: (*-*-sysv5, *-*-*udk*): Treat like sysv4.
> Looks reasonable to me.
Thanx. I'll commit it to the trunk.
> I wonder if you need to tweak any of the toplevel configury too
I just did a bootstrap of that target with --enable-shared and this
patch seemed to be enough to get a shared libstdc++ and trivial
applications linked against it seem to work.
There may well be other libraries that should be built as .so's that
are instead. I'll do the following:
* commit this one
* start a build with --enable-shared with all languages on
a Linux system
* compare the list of resulting .so's on the two builds
If the changes I find are of similar scope (sysv4 vs. sysv5) with
similar fixes, I'll consider them pre-approved and commit them as well.
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