[PPL-devel] Graphite/Cloog/PPL problems on Cygwin, HEAD broken maybe?
dje.gcc at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 20:48:59 CET 2009
On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 2:25 PM, Dave Korn
<dave.korn.cygwin at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Yep. It particularly shows up on win32 because i) all references have to
> be resolved at final link time in an executable - perhaps by reference to a
> DLL, but they can't just be left dangling to be filled in at runtime by the
> loader as they can in ELF formats - and ii) we tend to do static linking on
> win32, so where the order of libs is wrong on the command-line we get
> unresolved references (which then cause link failure, rather than being
> resolved at runtime).
> The big problem however is libstdc++ vs. bootstrap. If PPL links against
> libstdc++, and is part of the core C compiler, then we have to have libstdc++
> available during the early part of each stage when we build the core compiler
> - but the only libstdc++ available is the system's one.
> Roberto, what does ldd show on the various cc1 binaries in the different
> stage directories of your most recent bootstrap? I'm guessing you'll see that
> the stage 2 cc1 is linked against the system libstdc++ rather than the
> newly-bootstrapped one.
I encountered this on AIX as well prior to recompiling GMP as a shared library.
libppl references libstdc++ and libgmpxx.
libgmpxx references libstdc++.
libcloog and cc1 do not reference libstdc++.
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