From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-08 03:50:17
> > So, I really wonder if we should have a mechanism to tell which gcc
> > variant is being used -- cygwin, mingw, solaris, or somethng else.
> > But first of all, I really don't understand why mingw does not work.
> > I've justchecked, and the linker seems to accept "-h soname" command
> > line option. Do you have an idea what's going on?
> I don't know about cygwin.
> My project Adviser shiro saids that linker is depended on their platform.
> So "-h soname" command line option is accepet on Solaris, But other
> platfrom's option is "-soname soname", "+h soname" ...etc.
Well, it seems like the post is in Japeneese language ;-)
> I know only this. On mingw, remove "-Wl,-h -Wl,gauche.dll" options, then
> can make dll file.
The situation is that mingw linker docs say this option should be accepted.
I've just tried the recent mingw version:
I don't get this problem. Maybe, you could upgrade too?
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