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Date:      Tue, 14 Mar 1995 09:00:42 -0700
From:      Nate Williams <nate@trout.sri.MT.net>
To:        LAJOIE@yalph2.physics.yale.edu, questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: ld and f2c
Message-ID:  <199503141600.JAA06143@trout.sri.MT.net>
In-Reply-To: LAJOIE@yalph2.physics.yale.edu "ld and f2c" (Mar 14,  8:24am)

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> 	In looking through the man pages for ld (on FreeBSD 2.0R) I found an entry 
> for the -Q option that reads:
> 
> 	"-Q  Make a BSD/386/FreeBSD 1.1 output file.  This is the default. "
> 
> but nothing indicating how to make a FreeBSD 2.0 output file.  Is the man page out 
> of date or am I misinterpreting something?

The man page was out of date.  It's fixed in -current.

> 	Also, what version of f2c comes with 2.0R?  I am porting a Linux program 
> that requires f2c version 28.09.94 with shared lib v0.10, and libf2c.so.0.10 (DLL 
> Jump 0.10).

My response is to try out the version of f2c and see if it works. 
FreeBSD doesn't follow the Linux naming conventions for releases.


Nate





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