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Re: bug in gnustep-make / my last mail (pantomime)

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: bug in gnustep-make / my last mail (pantomime)
Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 10:30:28 +0100 (BST)

> > So, I think you should always build dynamically loadable bundles only once
> > - and no matter if you specify shared=yes or shared=no, they should be
> > built with the same flags (the more efficient and better way of building
> > dynamically loadable objects on that platform).
> > 
> > I beg you pardon in advance if I missed your point - the mail was quite
> > short and it wasn't easy to guess what you were meaning. :-)
> building the SSL bundle on hppa with shared=no even fails
> building. The linker complains trying to build a shared object with
> non-PIC objects. See
> http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.php?&pkg=pantomime&ver=1.0.4-2&arch=hppa&stamp=1028526822&file=log&as=raw
> So probably bundles should be built with -fPIC independent of the
> shared flag.

Ok - thanks - this is a convincing point!  I agree :-)

If you can produce a patch yourself implementing this fix (should be quite
easy, just look into core/make/target.make, and fix the flags used for
hppa) you've got my approvation that it should go in.

I'm leaving for holidays (two weeks) tomorrow, so I might not be here when
the patch comes in, but from building bundles with -fPIC on hppa of course
looks right - someone else will apply it :-)

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