-Os -> libXaw.so: undefined reference to `.L91'
q at uni.de
Tue Jun 22 20:40:20 GMT 2004
On Tue, 22.06.2004 at 03:22:32 -0500, Jon Noack wrote:
> Cross-posted because the failure happens when compiling teTex even
> though the problem is really caused by (XFree86|xorg)-libraries.
> Ignorant folks (like me) may not know to do a "pkg_which
> /usr/X11R6/lib/libXaw.so" and ask on the -x11 list. Also, this shows
> that -Os may not be as reliable as expected. I apologize if I shouldn't
> have cross-posted.
> Short version:
> Don't compile (XFree86|xorg)-libraries with -Os.
> Long, rambling version:
> I have been running into the following problem when attempting to
> compile teTex:
> /usr/X11R6/lib/libXaw.so: undefined reference to `.L91'
me too here. But also XFree86-clients were broken by this. Funny thing
is, my error message was this:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXaw.so: undefined reference to `.L99'
Anyway, if this is a known GCC problem, as mentioned in another post, I
can only hope that -CURRENT will get a newer gcc snapshot before
branching to 5-STABLE.
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