On Wed, Nov 22, 2006 at 11:49:04AM +0100, Patrice Dumas wrote:
That's not true for numerical models. I don't really
underestand what you
are talking about. When I compile a model with
gcc -static mymodel.o -lnumerical-lib
I don't care at all about system share libraries, this is not a shared
executable, so no trouble with new system shared libraries. And once more
for numerical models iconv, locales, and nss are not really usefull.
Actually, given the incompetence of the glibc developpers, you do.
They use shared objects whether you want them or not. You can't
resolve localhost for instance, which is quite annoying for X