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RE: FYI: IRIX 6.5 and exporting symbols.

From: Peter Ekberg
Subject: RE: FYI: IRIX 6.5 and exporting symbols.
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 16:27:28 +0100

Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
> No, wait.


> This is not ok:  $ECHO may only take one argument, so you must
> double-quote.  Furthermore, the argument may not start with a hyphen
> in general, for it might be misinterpreted as option to the $ECHO
> command. The solution is to use the slower
>   $ECHO "X$what $ever" | $Xsed


> I see this bug is in several places here.  :-/

That bug is all over the file, just search for set_version and
you'll get hits, only one false positive. Methinks this should be
fixed in a separate commit. Anyway, here's a revised patch that
fixes them in this area. Then you can select whichever approach
suits you best.

2005-03-17  Peter Ekberg  <address@hidden>

        * m4/libtool.m4 (_LT_LINKER_SHLIBS): Test if it is
        possible to use the -exports_file linker option on
        irix with gcc, as the gcc specs file may include
        a -hidden_symbol option that is clashing with the
        -exports_file option.
        See this gcc bugzilla entry for further details:
        While fixing things in this general area, also fix
        $ECHO problems (quote multiple words and make sure
        the first word does not start with a hyphen).

I guess that satisfies your request in the other message
regarding THANKS/ChangeLog.


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