[oi-dev] Stalled on getting LibreOffice to work
peter.tribble at gmail.com
Thu Jun 6 20:32:54 UTC 2013
On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Andy Stormont <andyjstormont at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Peter.
> What problems are you using LD_ALTEXEC to sidestep? In my experience gnu
> ld will quite happily generate binaries which are broken, and while the
> illumos linker does like to complain a lot - most of the time it has a good
Thanks for chiming in.
It doesn't work without :-(
Bits of the build (which is some private build system that seems very
complex and hard to get into the guts of to fix things) keep sending
gnu-specific flags. It takes a few seconds to give up with
[build LNK] Executable/cpp
ld: fatal: unrecognized option '-O'
ld: fatal: unrecognized option '-1'
ld: fatal: use the -z help option for usage information
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
not to mention things like
[build DEP] LNK:CppunitTest/libtest_basic_vba.so
But it's been a while. I've been bashing at this for 6 months on
and off, certainly LibreOffice 4 is far cleaner than LibreOffice 3
ever was (thanks largely to some of the early efforts by Jonathan
Adams and others) so it's possible that some of these options might
be easier to work around now. I think that particular usage comes from
so let me see what the build looks like now.
(One thing I didn't mention - I've tried using gcc both with the
illumos as and the gnu as, and that doesn't make any difference.)
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