Problems linking against libstdc++

James Dingwall jd5477@bristol.ac.uk
Tue Aug 3 02:28:00 GMT 1999


Thanks Benjamin for your advice but I don't think that this should be a
problem, libstdc++ v3 is installed in /usr/lib (maybe a little unwise
for devel stuff) but the libstdc++.so symlink points to the v3 lib.  I
was under the impression that it is this file that is linked to the
binaries?  I compiled and installed mico after v3 of libstdc++, and
there is still the question of c_logf and c_log being unresolved in the
libstdc++ lib, which is a separate issue (isn't it?)

Anyway, what I will do, just to make sure I'm not doing anything silly,
is install v3 in a new location and then compile everyting with the
appropriate -I and -L flags and see how I get on.

Regards,
James

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