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From: Paul Hamilton (paul_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-20 22:49:00

> FWIW: I am using gcc 3.3.1 compiled from scratch with sources from
> under OS X. This works with full optimization (gcc 3.3 did not).

I am using gcc 3.1 which is the current version with the development
tools that I have on my Mac OS X. It's good to know what I have in
store :-)

> I didn't see your other messages, but I hope this is relevant: I had
> serious
> trouble with multiple initializations of a static variable in the
> Boost.Python
> library. Somehow I got it to work after hours of trial-and-error. See
> boost/libs/python/src/converter/registry.cpp,
> It could be that the std::cout << std::flush trick is the main trick,
> I am not
> sure, I only know it works the way you see it.

Were you getting the "ld: common symbols not allowed with MH_DYLIB
output format" error?


Paul Hamilton
pHamtec P/L - Software Makers

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