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Re: FreeBSD Port: R-2.4.1



I'm not using gcc-4.2 really.  It was just installed because the R
port has it as a dependency.

Joey

On 2/6/07, youshi10_(_at_)_u_(_dot_)_washington_(_dot_)_edu <youshi10_(_at_)_u_(_dot_)_washington_(_dot_)_edu> wrote:
On Tue, 6 Feb 2007, Joey Mingrone wrote:

> and the command worked (note I changed cc to gcc42 and added -lgcc_s)

You're going to run into issues if you use gcc-4.2 (an alpha gcc compiler), because many things were broken compilation wise moving from gcc-3.4 (base compiler that FreeBSD runs) to gcc-4.x.

Why not ask the hackers@ list about this question since it's a more technical one than most on the questions@ list ask/answer?

-Garrett

PS It looks like some libs are statically defined somewhere, so you need to fix that before moving on.

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