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Re: Problems to understand win32 linking

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: Problems to understand win32 linking
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 09:20:27 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.11

Hi Andreas,

* Andreas Volz wrote on Sun, May 14, 2006 at 10:14:48PM CEST:
> all libraries are static:
> libgdi32.a
> libwinmm.a
> libopengl32.a
> libglut.a (temporary; should really be named libglut32.a for win32)
> libglu32.a
> No other so-files or la-files are available for this libraries.
> The system is Gentoo Linux and package versions are:
> xmingw-w32api-3.1
> xmingw-runtime-3.5
> xmingw-gcc-3.4.2
> xmingw-binutils-
> But some newer packages are in the ~x86 (unstable) tree. Should I test
> some packages from this tree?

Maybe you should try that.  But first check whether this is an ABI issue:

| >&5 
 undefined reference to address@hidden'

Does the symbol timeGetTime or _timeGetTime exist, but address@hidden
does not?  Then you are using differing calling conventions, I believe.
Now I don't really know why your libglut gets built using stdcall
conventions.  It may well have to do with libtool, but I guess the
reason is somewhere else.  Probably someone with more knowledge about
the cross compiler package you're using can help out here.


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