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shared libs on solars
I have compiled gcc into /usr/gcc. I designated this as my "system c compiler"
to be used for pkgsrc (and everything else).
To avoid dealing with gcc's shared libs (libgcc.so and libstdc++.so), I
configured gcc with --disabled-shared.
that breaks some packages such as devel/gmp. Gmp builds a shared lib and wants
to link libstdc++.a. Linking a non-shared lib to a shared lib doesn't work.
Is there a way around that?
Next try. I configured gcc with enable-shared=libstc++. Now g++ compiled
program's don't find libstdc++. Apparently, the pkgsrc framework does not add
-R /usr/gcc/lib to g++.
What is the cleanest solution for this in the pkgsrc framework?
Scotty: Captain, we din' can reference it!
Kirk: Analysis, Mr. Spock?
Spock: Captain, it doesn't appear in the symbol table.
Kirk: Then it's of external origin?
Kirk: Mr. Sulu, go to pass two.
Sulu: Aye aye, sir, going to pass two.
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