timothyk at devel.njit.edu
Fri Aug 20 10:06:51 PDT 2004
Marco Molteni wrote:
>On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 11:53:05 -0400
>Tim Kellers <timothyk at devel.njit.edu> wrote:
>> When I launch kmail from KDE, the message
>> "KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'" is returned in a dialogue box,
>> when I
>> it from xterm, I get:
>> > kmail
>> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libkabc.so.3: Undefined symbol
>> I didn't see anything in /usr/ports/UPATING about this problem, nor
> System compiler has been upgraded to GCC 3.4.2-pre. As with any major
> compiler upgrade, there are several issues to be aware of. GCC 3.4.x
> has broken C++ ABI compatibility with previous releases yet again
> and users will have to rebuild all their C++ programs with the new
> compiler. A new unit-at-a-time optimization mode, which is default
> in this compiler release, is more aggressive in removing unused
> static symbols. This is the likely cause of 'make buildworld'
> breakages with non-default CFLAGS where optimization level is set
> to -O2 or higher.
I didn't think it applied. my last buildworld/buildkernel was from
cvsup from August 14th --well after that July 28th notice. Kmail just
broke last night (yesterday). Im doing a "portupgrade -fR kdepim"
right now so I'll find out in a few hours.
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