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Re: [Mingw-users] Subject: Re: DLL Build issue

The mangling C++ uses is not specified by the C++ standard, and is 
therefore almost always specific to the C++ compiler that was used.  
Expect the pre-compiled binary symbol names to be compatible with GCC 
only if the compiler used to pre-compile them was GCC.

Therefore, any utility for de-mangling them must also be specific to the 
compiler used, and therefore seldom available from any source other than 
the same source as the compiler (the one used for pre-compiling here).

You probably need to ask the group providing the pre-compiled binary 
which compiler was used to compile it.

Robert Miles
> Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 18:25:00 -0400
> From: Robert Cavanaugh <osianfion@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [Mingw-users] Subject: Re:  DLL Build issues
> Hi,
> Wanted to report progress and request some additional expertise.
> Taking into account all comments to date
>   (thank you all) I have made the following changes to the link command line:
> (new lines inserted to conform to mailing list width request)
> Therefore I need to repeat a previous question: Am I now running into a situation
> where the pre-compiled binary symbol names are not compatible with GCC?
> Is there a utility like nm that can generate a de-mangled equivalent library file?
> Thanks,
> Bob Cavanaugh

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