FW: [freetds] Problem compiling on AIX

WATTS, RANDY (SBCSI) ww1232 at sbc.com
Mon Sep 20 13:37:53 EDT 2004


Here is the output of nm on tds/.libs/libtds.so.3  no .0 suffix on this machine
And this is the complete output for this lib

                     f          -
crt0main.s           f          -
end                  B  536871228
p_xargc              B  536871212       4
p_xargv              B  536871216       4
p_xrc                B  536871224       4
p_xrcfg              B  536871220       4


Here is what I found in tds/.libs/libtds_objects.a

nm ./libtds_objects.a | grep tds_alloc_login
§tds_alloc_login:F167 -        108
.tds_alloc_login     T       3264     288
tds_alloc_login      D      15852      12
tds_alloc_login      d      15676       4


Forgive my naiveté but where would I add the "-bloadmap or -bnoquiet" options
so that they get run at the proper place for
"mkdir .libs
cc -g -o .libs/tsql tsql.o  -lcurses -L../tds/.libs -ltds -liconv

to be executed?
Do they need to be added somewhere in libtool and then do a configure or in
one of the Makefiles?

I poked around and couldn't figure out where to place them.




Making all in apps
        source='tsql.c' object='tsql.o' libtool=no
depfile='.deps/tsql.Po' tmpdepfile='.deps/tsql.TPo'  depmode=aix /bi
n/sh ../../depcomp  cc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../../include
-I../../include    -D_FREETDS_LIBRARY_SOURCE -DDEBUG=1  -
g -c `test -f 'tsql.c' || echo './'`tsql.c
        /bin/sh ../../libtool --mode=link cc  -g    -o tsql  tsql.o
-lcurses  ../tds/libtds.la
mkdir .libs
cc -g -o .libs/tsql tsql.o  -lcurses -L../tds/.libs -ltds -liconv
ld: 0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol: .tds_alloc_login
ld: 0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol: .tds_alloc_context
ld: 0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol: .tds_alloc_socket
ld: 0711-345 Use the -bloadmap or -bnoquiet option to obtain more
----- END -----

Hi Randy, 

Looks like progress, but there's still some disagreement between the
library symbol list and what the compiler wants the linker to import.
What does "nm libtds.so.3.0 |grep tds_alloc_login" tell you?  Is there a
".tds_alloc_login", or is it perhaps missing that leading dot?  Are
"-bloadmap or -bnoquiet" of any use?  

All this option twiddling is just what libtool was invented to avoid, of
course.  Once you find the right settings, I'll add it to the
documentation, so maybe the next VisualAge C++ version 5 guy will have
an easier time.  At least until we upgrade our libtool, that is.  



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