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Re: [issue1439] g++ seems to be broken

From: Robin Carey <robin.carey1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 15:00:12 +0100

Hi Simon,
When I first compiled C12 on the newly upgraded Leaf, I was using the system version of OpenSSL which I think is 0.9.8k .....
And I thought OH the problem must be OpenSSL.
So I compiled the older version of OpenSSL which was on Avalon, on Leaf, (which at that time Avalon had not been upgraded and my C12 software worked OK), and that version was 0.9.8j.
But I was still having problems on leaf with the older version of OpenSSL.
Hence I am saying the problem isn't OpenSSL, so it must be g++.
To answer your question: No it didn't work Ok with the new version of OpenSSL (which is the system version on Leaf).

2009/7/27 Simon 'corecode' Schubert <corecode@fs.ei.tum.de>
Robin Carey wrote:
Hi Simon,

I did as you requested and there are still problems.
If there is a problem with the libraries the compiler is using, changing the
compiler to gcc-v3.4 won't stop that problem from manifesting, surely .. .. ?

That is true.  I'm trying to find out whether the compiler produces bad output for your code, or whether it is a function of the libraries installed on the system.

So it seems that the problem lies in the libraries, but you said you had tried it with the new openssl, which worked?


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