On 11/23/22 12:31, Lasse Collin wrote:
On 2022-11-23 John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
I guess the additional unwind section breaks your workaround, so the
best might be to just disable this workaround on ia64 using the
configure flag, no?
There currently is no configure option to only disable the CentOS 7
workaround symbols. They are enabled if $host_os matches linux* and
--disable-symbol-versions wasn't used. Disabling symbol versions from
liblzma.so.5 will cause problems as they have been used since 5.2.0 and
many programs and libraries will expect to find XZ_5.0 and XZ_5.2.
Having the symbol versions in a static library doesn't make much sense
though. Perhaps this is a bug in XZ Utils. As a test, the static
liblzma.a could be built without symbol versions with --disable-shared
(1) Does this make the problem go away?
Yes, that fixes the linker problem for me. At least in the case of mariadb-10.6.
So, for now, we should build the static library with
@Sebastian: Can you do that? Does anything speak against that?
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