marlowsd at gmail.com
Wed May 28 05:27:44 EDT 2008
Peter Gammie wrote:
> Further on my static linking woes:
> debian ~$ ghc --version
> The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compilation System, version 6.8.2
> -debian ~$ cat T.hs
> main :: IO ()
> main = putStrLn "Hello world"
> -debian ~$ ghc -optl-static -static --make T.hs
> Linking T ...
> In function `timer_create':
> (.text+0x107): undefined reference to `pthread_once'
> < references to missing pthread symbols >
> Does anyone have static linking working for GHC 6.8.2 and can inform me
> of the magic incantation? "Get the latest development version from
> darcs", perhaps?
> BTW when I said "move to the end", I meant "move to the end of -l flags".
We may need to tweak the order of the libraries in rts/package.conf.in
(this is where -lrt comes from). The question is, do we need a configure test?
> On 27/05/2008, at 10:37 AM, Peter Gammie wrote:
>> I am having a bit of trouble static linking my program using GHC 6.8.2.
>> In brief: "rt" uses "pthread", but -lrt is the final thing on the
>> command line passed to the linker, and so the pthread symbols are not
>> resolved. Manually moving -lpthread to the end of the collect2 command
>> line does the trick.
>> The question is how to do this using ghc.
>> This is on Debian, using the 6.8.2-5 from unstable.
>> I can provide the command lines if that is helpful.
>> Note the same setup worked fine under GHC 6.6.1.
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