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Re: CVS emacs crashes right after startup

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: CVS emacs crashes right after startup
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 23:01:33 +0200

> From: Klaus Zeitler <address@hidden>
> Date: 19 Jan 2004 13:16:59 +0100
> >>>>> "Eli" == Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
>     Eli> 
>     Eli> Can you force GCC 3.2.2 to invoke the Solaris linker, and see if that
>     Eli> helps?
> if I only knew how. According to gccint info I think it should be possible
> ---snip ---
>    The program `collect2' is installed as `ld' in the directory where
> the passes of the compiler are installed.  When `collect2' needs to
> find the _real_ `ld', it tries the following file names:
>    * `real-ld' in the directories listed in the compiler's search
>      directories.
>    * `real-ld' in the directories listed in the environment variable
>      `PATH'.
>    * The file specified in the `REAL_LD_FILE_NAME' configuration macro,
>      if specified.
>    * `ld' in the compiler's search directories, except that `collect2'
>      will not execute itself recursively.
>    * `ld' in `PATH'.
>    "The compiler's search directories" means all the directories where
> `gcc' searches for passes of the compiler.  This includes directories
> that you specify with `-B'.
> --- snip ---
> I've tried a link of real-ld to SUN ld and made sure that this link and also
> SUN ld are found first in my PATH, but gcc 3.3.2 always calls GNU ld.
> Do you know how I can force the use of a specific linker? If not I guess
> I have to ask in gnu.help.gcc.

Please wait for a while, perhaps someone here will know (I've cc'ed
emacs-devel, in the hope that more people will read this).  If not,
asking on the GCC lists is a good idea.

Thanks for working on this.

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