[Kde-pim] Difference in compilation (Re: [STATUS] Building KDEPIM with CMake)
winter at kde.org
Mon Apr 17 15:16:46 CEST 2006
On Wednesday 12 April 2006 14:24, Allen Winter wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 April 2006 13:27, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> > On Wednesday, 12. April 2006 18:38, David Faure wrote:
> > > One difference is the lack of -DPIC, but could this matter? This is too
> > > lowlevel for me, let's see what kde-buildsystem has to say ;)
> > We use -fno-common because we don't want common symbols. Why you have common
> > symbols with unsermake is a mystery to me, but it boilds down to an unsermake
> > bug.
> But Dirk, with -fno-common I have no way of linking this yacc/lex generated code.
> Can we make an exception in the case of kdepim/libkholidays?
> Is there a way to put back common symbols for this subdir only?
> I do have hopes (if Cornelius' kode stuff can support it) of replacing libkholidays
> with a brand new, non-yacc/lex, implementation. So this issue may disappear one day.
Ok, now that I've had a few days away and the braincells have had a little rest...
I can say that the fix I put in last week, using extern, is the right fix for this issue.
This thread is done.
Thanks for listening to my ravings,
Let's Keep the Political Talk Out of KDE PLEASE
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