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Re: Porting libtool to linux-icc (help)

From: Albert Chin
Subject: Re: Porting libtool to linux-icc (help)
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 13:19:47 -0500
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On Sun, Jun 09, 2002 at 03:24:48PM +0200, Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote:
> I've already submited a patch for subject, but recieved no feedback. After 
> searching the archive I found a mail that explains that you need to be 
> registered at FSF before you wish to accept any patches. As I am not 
> registered at FSF and have no plans to become so, I want to try a different 
> approach.
> I hope some of you will create a patch for Intel C++ Compiler support. I can 
> help by describing what needs to be done: 
> The compilers are called icc for the C-compiler and icpc for the 
> C++-compiler. 
> Both compilers takes the same options as the GNU compilers. The two compilers 
> also uses the GNU ld. So you only need to copy the flags given to gcc and 
> g++.
> There is two important differences from gcc though:
> 1. For the archivecmds remove the option -nostdlibs. 
> 2. For both compilers you need to set to set "archive_cmds_need_lc" to no.  
> (if you link with -lc, the linking either breaks or the applications crashes 
> when launched)

I think the problem is lack of time to review/merge the patch. The CVS
committers are very busy these days.

albert chin (address@hidden)

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