[fpc-pascal] Re: 2.6.0 for Solaris? And other questions [one resolved]
pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Tue May 22 10:29:28 CEST 2012
Am 21.05.2012 14:59, schrieb microcode at zoho.com:
> On Wed, 9 May 2012 17:40:40 +0200 (CEST) "Tomas Hajny" wrote:
>> On Wed, May 9, 2012 16:14, microcode wrote:
>>> Another question is on 2.6.0 on Linux. I cannot run the fp ide because
>>> I ave glibc 2.9. The error message I get says
>>> fp: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by fp)
>>> That is really a recent version! Even the latest Slackware from 1 year
>>> ago only has glibc 2.13. Is this really needed or can it be built
>>> against my version of glibc?
>> It should be possible to build against your version of glibc, but you'll
>> probably have to do it yourself (or use FPC binaries provided by your
>> distribution). Search for 'buildfaq.pdf' in order to learn more on how to
>> build FPC yourself.
> Hooray! See attached. Thanks Tomas!
> Interestingly enough, the build process I stumbled through created
> statically linked executables. In 2.6.0 fp was dynamically linked and
> pointed to a copy of glibc I didn't have. In the 2.7.1 I created today, fp
> is static and has no dependency on a particular version of anything. I
> wonder if it could be created that way generically in the regular build
> process and then everybody on Linux could run it.
This might be, because you compiled it without a libgdb which in turn is
the one who links dynamically to libc. Most FPC applications (if they
don't use threads or a WideString manager) don't require libc and thus
don't need to link to it (which AFAIK is also the case for the IDE if it
doesn't link to libgdb).
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