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> On Dec 7, 2009, at 6:45 PM, matthew green wrote:
> > i don't know what the ramafications of that are though.
> It seems like all shared libraries need to have a dependency against
> the shared libgcc. Isn't it required for e.g. exceptions, too?
> it is required for c++, but not anything more afaik.
> the shared libgcc is only linked in by the c++ driver, not the
> gcc driver. i don't know what it means to have it linked into
> normal C apps as well.
Libc on Linux does not have a dependency on libgcc_s.so; I'm not sure why
NetBSD should need one.
Note that by linking in libgcc_pic.a with each shared library there really
shouldn't be a need to change the shared library dependencies in most cases.
Libgcc_s.so exists because there really does have to be exactly one instance
of the exception unwind support code in an application.
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