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Date: Fri, 07 Oct 2016 08:54:53 -0400 From: Daniel Kahn Gillmor <d...@fifthhorseman.net> To: Maximiliano Curia <m...@gnuservers.com.ar> Subject: Re: gpgme 1.7.0~ alpha or beta to debian experimental? X-CRM114-Status: GOOD ( 6.40 ) [ offlist because your response was offlist; if you intended it to be on-list, feel free to re-forward my reply on-list as well. nothing in my message is intended to be private ] On Fri 2016-10-07 04:33:36 -0400, Maximiliano Curia wrote:
Qt and KDE libs are built with -fPIC, which, afaik, is stronger and incompatible with -fPIE, would it be an option to use -fPIC for gpgme?
I've been reading about -fPIC and -fpic and -fPIE and -fpie and -pie for years and i confess i've never completely understood the differences or whether one is "stronger" than another. gcc says of -fPIE and -fpic "generated position independent code can be only linked into executables." which makes it seem odd that these parameters would be passed through to building libraries in the first place. I'm going to try a rebuild without the extra hardening flags to see whether i can make progress on this. fwiw, i'd still really love some feedback about whether it's ok to take over the binary packages i'd asked about in the first place. --dkg ----- End forwarded message ----- -- Porque no respeta el orden natural en el que se leen las cosas > ¿Por qué contestar al principio del mensaje es malo? Saludos /\/\ /\ >< `/
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