[GiNaC-list] Problem using a user-defined class on Mac OS X.
varg at theor.jinr.ru
Thu Apr 5 13:49:22 CEST 2007
Hello once again,
On Thu, Apr 05, 2007 at 10:59:40AM +0200, Chris.Dams at mi.infn.it wrote:
> No, there is only one instantiation in the GiNaC source. Both in the
> unmodified one and the one that I modified to work on Mac OS X. So it
> cannot have different values.
So far so good...
> The point is that in the original GiNaC code
> there would be two instances of, say, foo<void*>::data inside the
But foo<T>::data is a static memeber. There should be only one instance.
> One comming from the shared library and the other one coming
> from the executable itself. Library code would modify the first one and
> code from the executable would modify the other one.
Could you please run
nm -B -C -D /path/to/libginac.so
nm -B -C /path/to/your/binary
(or nm -B /path/to/libginac.so | c++filt, or whatever is it on OS X)
both on the original and modified shared objects/binaries and post
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