On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 15:28:48 -0500, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
This isn't necessary, as it's not linked to in the normal fashion. Instead
the full soname is encoded into the ELF headers at compile time.
libc is automatically linked by gcc.
This is also automatically linked in by gcc in certain circumstances.
I think the same is true of this.
What that means is that you don't need unversioned symlinks as the
toolchain picks the right version for you.
Do you have the glib1.2 development package installed? If so then this
does indeed look like an oversight.
I think these are loaded by the GCJ classloading mechanism and aren't
linked in the normal fashion.
This is a part of glibc and is probably a magic lib you don't normally
need to -l link against.
Another implicitly linked runtime library, AFAIK.
These are usually implicitly linked as well, aren't they?
No clue about the rest. Hope that helps (and that I'm accurate)