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Re: libtool-1.3.4 cannot handle g77

From: Alexandre Oliva
Subject: Re: libtool-1.3.4 cannot handle g77
Date: 30 Oct 2000 17:16:38 -0200
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On Oct 30, 2000, address@hidden wrote:

> First (which is not insurmountable) is that the link uses gcc instead
> of g77:

That's because libtool was configured to use GCC.  In the
multi-language branch, libtool uses different configurations for each
language, so it is likely to use g77 for linking.  Except that the
multi-language branch isn't ready for Fortran yet.  Feel like giving
it a try?  It should be quite trivial to do.

> *** But I can only do this if you have a
> *** shared version of the library, which you do not appear to have.

This warning is probably right; it isn't always possible to link
static libraries into shared libraries.  The solution, that you've
already suggested in the GCC mailing list, is to arrange for libg2c to
be created and installed as a shared library too.  But, again, someone
has to do it :-)

CVS libtool has relaxed this checking on some OSs on which it was
overly cautions about linking static libraries into shared ones.  You
may want to give it a try.  Note that CVS libtool != multi-language
libtool, that's a separate branch.

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