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AIX 5.1 / VAC 6.0 vs AIX 5.2 / patched VAC 6.0

Hi everybody,

I am trying to build some C++ application on the following environment: AIX
5.2 / patched Visual Age C++ 6.0.
This application is based on libraries built for the AIX 5.1 / Visual Age
C++ 6.0 (base, ie no patch) platform.

Compilation works fine. However link results in unresolved symbols (defined
in the above libraries).

According to IBM support:
 - AIX 5.1 / Visual Age C++ 6.0 is a supported platform
 - AIX 5.2 / Visual Age C++ 6.0 with lattest patch is a supported platform
 - AIX 5.2 / Visual Age C++ 6.00 base version (ie without any  patch) isn't
a supported platform (!!!!)

I don't know wether this issue is due to to missing compilation/link flags
or to a binary  incompatibility with the libraries I am using.

Here are the flags I am using in my makefil if it helps:

   -+ -qfloat=nomaf -qxflag=NLOOPING -O -DNDEBUG

Is anybody aware of this issue, ie was such an incompatibility to be
expected ?
Any information, hints or suggestions are welcome...

Thanks,
--
benjamin


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Benjamin Ratiarisolo wrote:
> I am trying to build some C++ application on the following environment: AIX
> 5.2 / patched Visual Age C++ 6.0.
> This application is based on libraries built for the AIX 5.1 / Visual Age
> C++ 6.0 (base, ie no patch) platform.
> 
> Compilation works fine. However link results in unresolved symbols (defined
> in the above libraries).

There have been issues with mangling, but since you don't actually
list any of your link errors, it's only a guess...

> According to IBM support:
>  - AIX 5.1 / Visual Age C++ 6.0 is a supported platform
>  - AIX 5.2 / Visual Age C++ 6.0 with lattest patch is a supported platform
>  - AIX 5.2 / Visual Age C++ 6.00 base version (ie without any  patch) isn't
> a supported platform (!!!!)

The V6 compiler was released before AIX 5.2.  Anything needing to be
done to the compiler so that it would run properly would have been
added in an update.  Therefore, you need to use the latest compiler
updates when building on AIX 5.2

> Is anybody aware of this issue, ie was such an incompatibility to be
> expected ?

You're probably going to have to recompile the older stuff.
Compiler support should be able to help with this.

-- 
Gary R. Hook / AIX PartnerWorld for Developers / These opinions are MINE
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