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Re: A libgcc patch for gcc 3.0
On Sat, Mar 24, 2001 at 12:48:25AM +0100, Mark Kettenis wrote:
> Please check the gcc/glibc mailing list archives. There are many
> threads on this topic. Here are a few
> There's nothing glibc-specific about this problem.
> Again nothing glibc-specific about it. Yes, things start to get messy
Glibc is the only system I put gcc on. I doubt you will find many
things linked to libgcc_s.so.0 under /sbin or /bin on Solaris.
> when multiple shared libgcc's are installed, especially when people
> start messing with -R/-rpath and/or LD_LIBRARY_PATH. But I fail to
> understand how your patch is going to solve that in a reliable way.
> Not installing a shared libgcc if one has been found in /lib indeed
> does avoid increasing the number of installed libgcc's under some
> circumstances, but also might deprive people of a necessary libgcc
I just don't want installing gcc also overwrites the system shared
libgcc BY DEFAULT. It should only be done by an explicit configure time
option of gcc.