Recently, I got stuck developing an OpenGL application on Irix 6.5
with gcc, because /usr/lib32/libGLU.so brings in libC.so, which
clashes with libstdc++.so (as supplied by gcc). The results where
crashes even before main was reached (the global cin and cout objects
are messed up).
Now, thanks to the sample impl. release, I seem to have succeeded in
building _with gcc-2.95_ my own libGLU.so depending only on libstdc++
(not libC), and my app runs fine ! :-) (So far just limited testing,
One trivial patch is appended below; with this the compile of libGLU
runs through even with `c++ -ansi' as the C++ compiler.
Would I be allowed to distribute the resulting libGL.so binary as a
service to other gcc users on Irix 6.5?
diff -ur main/gfx/lib/glu/libnurbs/nurbtess/monoChain.cc
--- main/gfx/lib/glu/libnurbs/nurbtess/monoChain.cc Wed Jan 26 11:30:46 2000
+++ main.wg/gfx/lib/glu/libnurbs/nurbtess/monoChain.cc Thu Feb 3 17:18:47 2000
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@
//compare the heads of the two chains
-static compChainHeadInY(monoChain* mc1, monoChain* mc2)
+static int compChainHeadInY(monoChain* mc1, monoChain* mc2)
return compV2InY(mc1->getHead()->head(), mc2->getHead()->head());