Subject: Re: [ecasound] Something's badly wrong with ecasound!
From: S. Massy (theanaloguekid_AT_tak.net.dhis.org)
Date: Tue Jan 08 2002 - 03:03:45 EET
On Mon, 07 Jan 2002, Junichi Uekawa <dancer_AT_netfort.gr.jp> wrote:
> "S. Massy" <theanaloguekid_AT_tak.net.dhis.org> cum veritate scripsit:
> > Indeed it works now but I also had to specify linking against
> > libstdc++ in order for it to work; is this piece of info available
> > anywhere? It's slightly more complicated than just linking against
> > libecasoundc as was done of old; well, not so much somplicated as
> > unobvious...
> It sounds rather bad.
> Usually programs compiled with g++ depend on being linked with
> g++. And this rule has gotten more strict with g++-3.0, it seems.
> Are you sure your program is a C program compiled with gcc ?
> If that is the case, it might be a problem on the libecasoundc side.
Try compiling the C ECI example in ecasound's tree and see for
yourself... If you don't link against libstdc++ you get all sorts of
whining about undefined references to common functions; for example:
"/usr/local/lib/libecasound.so: undefined reference to `cout'"
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