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Re: gcc on cygwin

On Tue, 15 Jul 2003, Sagar Shah wrote:

> Hi all,
> i had developed  an application that uses libraries like libgnome,
> libgnomecanvasmm, libbonobo etc.
> i have used wstring effectively in my application, the application is
> running on Linux.
> the same application i tried to built on Windows using cygwin with
> development versions of autotools, gcc 3.2.3 etc.
> what i observed is a strange, that gcc 3.2.3 doesn't have wstring support, i
> searched through google for the solution and reasons, what i concluded, no
> support for wstring on cygwin platform.
> and when i tried using 2.95.x version the sample application of wstring
> worked properly, but when i tried to built my application using gcc 2.95,
> many undefined references for code that is implemented in my library files
> libbonobouimm, gtk-win32 etc
> what i think is since i have  built them using gcc 3.2.3, gcc 2.95 is not
> getting them.
> well i want to know is my guess right, if yes what should i do for it.
> Any Help would greatly be appreciated.
> Regards
> Sagar Shah

Gcc 2.95* and 3.* use different name-mangling techniques, especially in
C++ programs.  Can't say beyond that without seeing the actual code.
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