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Re: FreeBSD 9.1 missing libcxxrt - is it needed for objc2?

From: Maxthon Chan
Subject: Re: FreeBSD 9.1 missing libcxxrt - is it needed for objc2?
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 19:31:09 +0800

I will give you my settings once I got home (use libsupc++.a under 64-bit 
Ubuntu 13.04). However my settings is calling for and 
clang+binutils LTO support.

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> On 2013年6月14日, at 17:48, David Chisnall <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 14 Jun 2013, at 02:54, Frank Rehwinkel <address@hidden> wrote:
>> libmap.conf is cool.  But in this case, maybe I can't get away with using it.
>> An obj-c program I wrote that uses all the libraries we've talked about 
>> didn't run when I mapped the I found from a stable/9.1 ftp 
>> site.  This error seems to indicate the library is checking for 
>> an explicit version string.  Is there a way around this check?
>> /usr/lib/ version CXXRT_1.0 required by 
>> /usr/local/lib/ not found
> Hmm, I don't know what symbol it's using there.  I don't think libobjc2 uses 
> any symbols not in the GNU namespace.  If it's not too much effort, could you 
> recompile libobjc2 against libsupc++ (in ccmake, you'll see an option to 
> explicitly select the C++ runtime to use)?  If it works, then I can do the 
> release with a more explicit check for a compatible libsupc++.  If it 
> doesn't, then I'll have to do a bit more testing...
> David
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