gcc and glib - relation
Is there a relation between the version of gcc used to compile our application and the version of glibc used when running the application.
Example if i build my application with a old version of gcc (2.3.1), while building my application the version of glibc on that server is 1.7.5.
But i run my application on a new server which is running a newer version of glibc 2.3
Will my application be able to use the full potential and all the features of the new glibc. Or will my application be able to use only those features of libc which were available while building my application?
Re: gcc and glib - relation
On 7/18/2013 11:50 AM, arun Coder wrote:
> Is there a relation between the version of gcc [...]
Try the gnu.* newsgroup hierarchy for your GNU-specific questions. Here
we discuss the C++ *language*, not particular tools.
I do not respond to top-posted replies, please don't ask
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