Re: getaddrinfo is not statically compiled bassis Wed Apr 28 12:00:20 2010
John (Eljay) Love-Jensen wrote: > > Hmmm. How can you provide the needed shared libraries rather than the > target system libs, since the shared libraries themselves are intimately > tied to the specific system version? > > Wouldn't you need to provide a whole set of shared libraries, which are > system version (major.minor.patch version) specific? > > And wouldn't that make your application limited to known versions at > release > time, that you provided those system specific versions of those particular > system specific shared libraries? (Hence, making your application tighly > system version locked.) > > As I understand the usual approach is to compile on (or cross-compile to) > the oldest system version (using the target system libs) you support, and > rely on the library versioning facility to be future compatible. > > Sincerely, > --Eljay > > > Not sure if I understand you. All I want is to run my program in CentOS but my program in compiled in Debian. A much easier solution would be to simply compile my program in CentOS but I do not have permission to do this. So, I was thinking of making my program use the libc and ld files of Debian instead of the ones provided by CentOS. Is this not possible ? Is there another way of doing this ? -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/getaddrinfo-is-not-statically-compiled-tp28385701p28390861.html Sent from the gcc - Help mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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