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Tue, 22 Jun 2004 13:08:13 +0200
I'm a developer at the NMM-Project ( www.networkmultimedia.org ) , and we use
libtool for linking. For speeding up some algorithms, we wrote them in
assembler and use nasm to compile them, rest is written in C++. Since we are
using version 1.4.2a (1.922.2.79 2001/11/28 21:50:31), everything works fine
for us, but we have some users having problems compiling our code using newer
versions of libtool. They are using version >= 1.5, so they have to call
libtool with option '--tag=asm' to compile our assembler-code. This is not a
problem, but it seems, that the latest version of libtool doesn't know the
The error-message is this (using version 1.5.6):
/bin/sh ../../../libtool --tag=asm --mode=compile /bin/sh
../../../strip_fPIC.sh nasm -f elf mmx_overlay.asm
libtool: unrecognized option `--tag=asm'
Try `libtool --help' for more information.
We are using gcc 2.95 but the problems occur using gcc 3.x
Can anyone please tell me, how to handle --tag-option with respect to
different versions of libtool and what exactly the --tag-option is used for
or where to find information about this option.
thanks in advance