[PyKDE] PyKDE and KDE 3.4.0
simon at simonzone.com
Thu Mar 3 18:25:07 GMT 2005
On Thursday 03 March 2005 17:15, Jim Bublitz wrote:
> I guess I'm not up to speed on this issue. Is this the __attribute__ stuff?
maybe, symbol visibility means you can hide C++ symbols in shared libraries.
i.e. private symbols are hidden from users of the library.
> What's the change between gcc 3.3.4 (which is what I used) and 3.4?
nothing interesting for us. There is a visibility patch for 3.4 and gentoo has
it. Visibility is being properly included in 3.5.
> What kinds of problems are occurring?
PyKDE wanting symbols that kdelibs doesn't export anymore. Some of them were
things that had to be fixed in kdelibs (i.e. bugs), others are cases where
PyKDE binds private classes etc. I'm hoping that I've fixed all of them now,
but it is hard to tell...
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