[gccsdk] New SharedLibs incompatibility
lee.noar at sky.com
Wed Jul 22 03:30:24 PDT 2020
On 22/07/2020 08:04, alan buckley wrote:
> The new version of the shared C libraries Iï¿½ve just released alongside
> the new GCC release for RISC OS seem to be incompatible with programs
> compiled against the previous version of GCC.
> I tried the Python3 download yesterday against the new shared libs and
> it crashed complaining about pthread_cond.
> Any ideas why this may be? Has the abi changed? or is it something more
The good news is that this is nothing to do with dynamic linking. The
(mildly) bad news is that I made a mistake in r7252. I must have misread
the spec for pthread_cond_init and changed it to reject a NULL
attribute. In fact a NULL attribute is valid and means use the default
> How should this be fixed?
Fortunately, it's a fairly easy fix, and I'll have it fixed shortly.
It effects both the shared and static Unixlib libraries, but nothing
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