Subject: Re: [htdig3-dev] [htdig] libstdc++, cannot find, but I have it
From: Vadim Chekan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 25 2000 - 02:10:03 PST
> Brian Lavender writes:
> > I am trying to compile htdig 3.2.0b.
> > I believe I have the libstdc++ on my system, but it appears that make
> > cannot open it. I am using debian GNU/Linux. I went into dselect and
> > it appears that libstdc++ is installed. Below is the error I get. What
> > should I look for?
> Could you, please, run
There is a similar problem I rised a long time ago. I've got too many
On my FreeBSD-3.2 I've got 2 c++ compilers: standart from system 126.96.36.199
and 2.95 from the ports.
If I use 2.95 compiler on link stage there appears "-L/usr/lib" flag
and objects which are compiled by 2.95 compiler are linked against
188.8.131.52's /usr/lib/libstdc++ instead of 2.95's /usr/local/lib/libstdc++
This caused a "symbol not found" error. It isn't critical bug because
it's still possible to compile it by old compiler.
I don't know who need -L/usr/lib flag.
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