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Re: Solaris 10: 64-bit convienience libraries won't build 64-bit shared
Re: Solaris 10: 64-bit convienience libraries won't build 64-bit shared object
Thu, 8 Dec 2005 18:22:54 -0600 (CST)
On Thu, 8 Dec 2005, Edward Maros wrote:
I have tracked down what I believe to be a solution. When I configure my
application, I use env CFLAGS=-m64 LDFLAGS="-L/ldcg/lib/sparcv9
-R/ldcg/lib/sparcv9". Inside of my configure.in, I needed to do this:
When using GCC, you should also add -m64 to LDFLAGS! Both the
compiler and the linker participate in building 64-bit applications.
Recent libtool uses the compiler to do the linkage, which makes the
option doubly important in LDFLAGS. When GCC sees -m64 while linking,
it looks for a different set of libraries.
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