Mozilla and flash
arnaud.boissinot at wanadoo.fr
Sun Mar 9 01:49:43 PST 2003
"Matt Rogers" <matt at matt.rogers.name> a écrit dans le message de news:
200303090039.11020.matt at matt.rogers.name...
> On Sunday 09 March 2003 12:40 am, you wrote:
> > > > Run mozilla from an x-term. You should see from there which
> > > > library flash expects. If you used gcc-3.2.2, then that library is
> > > > probably not there.
> > > > My (dirty) solution was to link my libstc++ library to the one Flash
> > > > expects, and it seems to work so far.
> > > > I suppose the clean solution will be to get hold of the real
> > > > libstc++ file, just for Flash!
> > > >
> > > > --
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> > >
> > > There's section of the book that tells you how to build the version 2
> > > libraries. I think it's in the general libraries section of the book
> > I know.
> > I just think it is a pity to build a whole big new package just for the
> > sake of one library.
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> you don't have too. the instructions tell you how to install the libraries
> themselves (not sure if you actually have to build the compiler or not)
> The only thing that helps me maintain my slender grip on reality is the
> friendship I share with my collection of singing penguins.
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You haven't got to build the compiler just gcc2 libs and it's very fast to
build *only* gcc2 libs, I've done it :)
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