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From "Madan, Hatinder" <hatinder.ma...@gs.com>
Subject Problem using log4cxx on solaris 8
Date Fri, 05 Nov 2004 13:23:06 GMT
Hello everybody, 
I have compiled the log4cxx and built the shared library on Solaris 8
While I link this library dynamically to build my executable, I see the
following error: 
Undefined first referenced 
symbol in file 
long __rwstd::InterlockedDecrement(long*)
long __rwstd::InterlockedIncrement(long*)
long __rwstd::InterlockedExchange(long*,long)
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written 
The following is the output of nm -o -C liblogcxx.so | grep Interlocked 
[14131] |000000000000|000000000000|NOTY |GLOB |0 |UNDEF |long
[13326] |000000000000|000000000000|NOTY |GLOB |0 |UNDEF |long
[15089] |000000000000|000000000000|NOTY |GLOB |0 |UNDEF |long
[14430] |000007275110|000000000140|FUNC |GLOB |0 |11 |long
log4cxx::helpers::Thread::InterlockedDecrement(volatile long*) 
[14672] |000007274730|000000000140|FUNC |GLOB |0 |11 |long
log4cxx::helpers::Thread::InterlockedIncrement(volatile long*) 
1) How is the scope for the undefined symbols being resolved to __rwstd:: ??

2) Another thing I notice is that these functions (Interlocked*) occur only
in 3 source files: condition.cpp, thread.cpp, objectimpl.cpp. The references
in the last file objectimpl.cpp are to the functions Thread::Interlocked*.
Hence, these are being resolved. In the other 2 files, condition.cpp
thread.cpp, whatever references exist (barring the definition of the member
version of Thread class), they should've been EXCLUDED out by the
pre-processor (controlled by pre-processor macros like HAVE_MS_THREAD) !!! I
have duly defined the macro HAVE_PTHREAD. 
I would greatly appreciate your suggestions/ ideas on how to resolve this. 

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