Bug#469070: mklibs and libthread_db - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#469070: mklibs and libthread_db - Debian ; FWIW, I think adding a libthread_db-specific patch to mklibs (Joseph's part 4) is reasonable. It's part of glibc, for which there are already local hacks in mklibs. And it's a library with a particularly annoying interface, that relies on undefined ...

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  1. Bug#469070: mklibs and libthread_db

    FWIW, I think adding a libthread_db-specific patch to mklibs
    (Joseph's part 4) is reasonable. It's part of glibc, for which there
    are already local hacks in mklibs. And it's a library with a
    particularly annoying interface, that relies on undefined symbols in
    the library being defined in the application.

    Any thoughts on applying the patch?

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  2. Bug#469070: mklibs and libthread_db

    Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
    > FWIW, I think adding a libthread_db-specific patch to mklibs
    > (Joseph's part 4) is reasonable. It's part of glibc, for which there
    > are already local hacks in mklibs. And it's a library with a
    > particularly annoying interface, that relies on undefined symbols in
    > the library being defined in the application.
    >
    > Any thoughts on applying the patch?


    With that clarification, I see no problem, applied.

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    see shy jo

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