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Re: Support for creating shared C++ libraries on BeOS

From: Christian Biesinger
Subject: Re: Support for creating shared C++ libraries on BeOS
Date: Sun, 09 Oct 2005 20:51:32 +0200
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de-AT; rv:1.8b5) Gecko/20051001 SeaMonkey/1.0b

Hi Ralf,

Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
branch-2-0 is dead, 2.0 will be released from what is now CVS HEAD.
I have checked in the following patches to CVS HEAD and branch-1-5,

Ah, thank you for the checkins. The 2.0 branch status is somewhat unclear on the webpage, which says:

HEAD    The main development trunk, working towards release 2.0
branch-1-5 The 1.5 release branch. Patch releases for 1.5.x will come from here
branch-2-0      The 2.0 release branch. Release for 2.0 will come from here

There is a contradiction here! :)

Maybe you could take a look at the FIXME mentioned?

Hm, the gcc I have here (the one shipped with Zeta 1.0) does not accept --undefined... it seems to convert it to -fundefined and then complains about "unrecognized option -fundefined". ld doesn't accept it either.

Also, we love to
see testsuite output.. ;-)

Hmm, 8 testsuite failures on the current branch-1-5 on Zeta 1.0. mdemo-exec and mdemo-inst fail 3 times each, mdemo2-exec fails once, and link-order fails.

link-order has apparently some unresolved references to b_new and c in liba.a.

I'll try to get a log of all the failures.


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