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libstdc++ incompatibilities, where is C++ used in libwww?

From: Steinar Bang <sb@metis.no>
Date: 04 Aug 1999 16:12:47 +0200
To: www-lib@w3.org
Message-ID: <whbtcn3a8w.fsf@viffer.oslo.metis.no>
When configuring libwww on UNIX, it looks for g++.  I built the
library using the g++ of gcc-2.7.2.

I'm currently doing my development on linux using egcs-1.1.2-pre2 and
this gives me the following warning when linking:

g++ -L/home/sb/apps/qt-egcs/lib  qtlibwww.o  -lqt -L/usr/lib -lwwwxml -lxmltok -lxmlparse -lwwwzip -lwwwinit -lwwwapp -lwwwhtml -lwwwtelnet -lwwwnews -lwwwhttp -lwwwmime -lwwwgopher -lwwwftp -lwwwfile -lwwwdir -lwwwcache -lwwwstream -lwwwmux -lwwwtrans -lwwwcore -lwwwutils -lmd5 -ldl -lICE -lz -o qtlibwww
/home/sb/apps/i686-pc-linux-gnulibc1/bin/ld: warning: libstdc++.so.2.9, needed by /home/sb/apps/qt-egcs/lib/libqt.so, may conflict with libstdc++.so.27

So my options are to either find out where the g++ is used and clean
this use away, or build libwww with egcs-1.1.2-pre.

Since egcs-1.1.2-pre is a temporary version (to say the least) I would 
prefer the former, and all pointers to where this can be accomplished
are appreciated!

Thanx!


- Steinar
Received on Wednesday, 4 August 1999 10:12:54 UTC

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