From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-22 09:40:48
Michael Glassford wrote:
> Martin Wille wrote:
>> Michael Glassford wrote:
>>> Thanks. Unfortunately it doesn't help, because every test is failing
>>> with that same error and I don't have any way to determine why. My
>>> best guess is a configuration problem, such as the appropriate
>>> threading library not being installed.
>> The tests ran successfully for the same toolset in 1.31.
>> A missing library would result in linker errors.
> I was thinking of Windows, where you can link against a .lib file but
> must have the corresponding .dll file available at runtime. This isn't
> the case with Linux?
No. If you link against a .so then the .so must be available
at runtime, of course. (At least for a normal linking procedure -
which we're using here)
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