asyropoulos at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 18 14:08:06 UTC 2010
> I wouldn't entirely trust the comments in signal.h to be correct.
>They *might* be, but they might not. G++'s opinion of C++ is not guaranteed
>to be correct. Sun Studio also keeps supporting old cruddy versions of C++ and
>the C++ STL, and that's *probably* what's biting you here.
First of all, I added the comments so it is not an opinion expressed by the GCC
Maybe you are right about my problem, but instead of wrestling with something
in most cases fails, I tried to recompile libsigc++, glibmm and gtkmm with g++
then to try build bombono-dvd-0.8.1.
> CC -compat=5 -norunpath -features=zla -xannotate=no
I am sorry to say this, but this makes absolutely no sense to me.
> I think -compat=5 is the important one. zla means allow (illegal?) zero-length
>but I didn't see that in the manpage. The xannotate thing is to avoid a snafu
Somewhere I have read that OSOL ld is buggy too ;-)
> So one question is why JDS builds the GNOME C++ libraries with these flags.
Because they insisted on building it with Sun Studio :-) Back in 2003-2004 I
Gnome with gcc and there are absolutely no problem.
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