From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-15 02:28:30
> What is the current status of gcc library ordering? I am using current cvs
> version of v2 but I am experiencing a problem that can be solved by
> repeating two of my libraries on the command line. Going through the
> archive I've found some references saying that is's been implemented. Does
> it cover my use case?
Library ordering is supposed to be implemented. If you send a testcase, I'll
take a look.
> PS. For now I was able to circumvent the problem by using 'alias' instead
> of 'lib'. Why cannot we change all static libraries for the final linking
> stage to aliases? Isn't static library just a convenience for distribution?
So, instead of making a library, you just compile all the sources?
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