Fergal Daly said:
> The guy works for RH but have a look at
>http://www.bero.org/gcc296.html> for some interesting comments on the compiler and how the breakage is in the
> source code, not the compiler.
he (bero) sez:
> If you don't mind depending on a current glibc, you might also want to
> link statically to c++ libraries while linking dynamically to glibc and
> other C libraries you're using: g++ -o test test.cc -Wl,-Bstatic -lstdc++
> -Wl,-Bdynamic (Thanks to Pavel Roskin for pointing this out)
Spot on. C++ libraries are the #1 source of ".so hell" that I can see.
For example, it turns out btw that recent versions of Mozilla can't use
the RealPlayer plugin anymore, because of C++ .so incompatibilities.
He's right about KDE too ;)
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