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Re: Solaris 10 and openldap - help needed.
Yes, that's more a question of the Solaris dynamic linker design than the
compiler. Sun Studio has been good with OpenLDAP. OpenLDAP has a fairly
standards-compliant code base, and the few times something that's not C99
compliant have slipped in, the issue is quickly resolved on the ITS. We
currently have the end-to-end OpenLDAP chain (e.g. slapd, cyrus-sasl,
openssl, etc.) compiled using Sun Studio and it works fine for both v8+
and v9 (64-bit) code.
On Fri, 8 Dec 2006, Ralph RÃ¶Ã~_ner wrote:
On Thu, Dec 07, 2006 at 01:08:30PM -0500, matthew sporleder wrote:
As a slight aside- Can you share your experiences building slapd with
the sun compiler?
Yes, works. I disagree with libtool on the subject of placing (or not)
object search paths into the generated output, and hence have to throw a
few extra LDFLAGS=-R... in but that is not a Sun CC specific matter.
Do you have specific questions?