Subject: re: USE_LIBSTDCXX
To: Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: matthew green <email@example.com>
Date: 08/18/2004 00:17:28
> that's right. (the bits are included directly; libsupc++ is
> only built as a normal archive, not shlib.)
> the problem is for programs that _don't_ use (want) libstdc++.
> with GCC3, those programs _do_ need libsupc++... perhaps there
> should be a -nostdc++ option or something that does this?
What programs are these? How would they be built using a stock GCC
(i.e. not one built from the NetBSD tree, but one built with
(NetBSD's GCC should behave the same way!)
the one that comes to mind is groff. why would we want to have
it linked against libstdc++ when it's not required?