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Re: readline problems linking octave binary - Cygwin 1.3.5/Win2K

From: Sujay Parekh
Subject: Re: readline problems linking octave binary - Cygwin 1.3.5/Win2K
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 18:10:17 -0500

That doesn't seem to be the problem.  I tried linking without '-rdynamic' but all that did was to get rid of that warning line -- the 'undefined reference' problem still exists.

Hopefully someone who's using Octave under cygwin will have some idea -- or at least can send me a working config.log and make output so I can try to figure out what is going wrong.  Maybe it's some environment variable or somesuch.


"D. Stimits" <address@hidden>
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11/28/2001 03:28 PM
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Sujay Parekh wrote:
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The -rdynamic option is for the GNU gcc and g++ compilers, at least on
the UNIX style systems like Linux. I suspect your compiler doesn't
support it under Cygwin, but I have no access to such an environment to
do any testing. The -rdynamic is useful for creating dynamically
linkable libraries under these environments, and possibly for adding
debugging information where dynamic linking is concerned. There is a
possibility you could simply remove this option, or replace it with
something for dynamic linking symbol support under a different compiler.

D. Stimits, address@hidden

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