here is one for the gcc/g++ kings.
I have two libs that I want pieces out of either of them. Now, they
decided having the same named functions doing the same thing in two binary
libs would be funny - aren't they smart!
the problem is obvious, I get multiple symbol errors when I try to link
and I can't strip them out using strip --strip-symbol either. I know the
functions and constants are the same in both libs, is there any way I can
force them to link together and get the linker to presume duplicate aren't
really that critical?
The Final Solution: cat life | grep -vi mel > sanity
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