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Re: [Mingw-users] libaddr2line.a: dependencies of libbfd.a?




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On 02/10/16 19:54, Jannick wrote:
>> Downloading, and manually unpacking, the aforementioned package 
>> would probably have offered a quicker solution.
> 
> Thanks - agree. However, this package comes along with the implied 
> dependency to libintl-8.dll which, in general, I wanted to avoid.

You'll need to provide a SSCCE, to help me understand where that
dependency arises; I'm not seeing it in my build trees, for either
the distributed libbfd.a or libiberty.a, (when inspected using
"objdump -x ... | grep -i dll" -- not that I'd really expect it
to show up, within a static library, until the linker finds a
symbol dependency which needs the DLL in question).

> Separately, what would be the package spec to have 'mingw-get' 
> download and install libiberty.a/.h from sfn to the MinGW folder?

There isn't one.  "Download and manually unpack" means just that:
download the package, from the provided reference link, then run
"tar xf ..." to unpack it into the root of your MinGW tree.

> BTW: 'mingw-get list' breaks here exactly when prompting the 
> beginning of the information of 'mingw32-libatomic'. I tried to
> call that to check if libiberty is in mingw-get's list, in
> principle.

Thanks for pointing this out; indeed, mingw-get seems to choke on
empty paragraph elements, inadvertently left within the descriptions
of mingw32-libatomic, and later mingw32-libgomp and mingw32-libssp.
That should now be fixed, if you run "mingw-get update" first.

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Regards,
Keith.

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