On Wednesday 08 May 2002 09:52 pm, Terry Lambert wrote: = Mikhail Teterin wrote: [...] = > The most frustrating thing is, the number of such symbols varies = > greatly with the order, in which I list the libraries on the command = > line. Is not the linker supposed to make several runs over the given = > libraries if needed? = = No. It doesn't make several runs. It only does that for single = object files.
Is there a reason for it, or this just a not-yet-implemented feature? It certainly seems like the latter -- why make the user jump through all the sorting/reordering hoops? = You might also want to consider using -L<path> -l<library>, instead = of trying to link .a's directly. What would this do? Thanks! -mi P.S. Yes, packing all object files into a single giant .a helped... -- Как, Вы разве без шпаги пришли? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message