[cfe-dev] Does clang now emit [abi:cxx11] unconditionally when used with libstdc++?
Maria Gottschalk via cfe-dev
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Mon Aug 15 07:58:04 PDT 2016
Hmm. Yes, I'm refering to this gcc abi tag stuff. My question actually was how to disable this support in clang. With gcc the default (old/new abi) ist a build-time option. And one can also switch at compile time with a macro: -D_GLIBCXX_USE_CXX11_ABI=0/1.
Existing LTS distributions like RHEL stick to the old abi, of course, when they offer newer gcc's as an add-on. Otherwise, you could not link to any C++ system libraries.
So, is it correct that clang-3.9.0 unconditionally compiles for the new abi? That gcc 4.x.y is no longer usable and that you must have gcc 5+ if you want to use libstdc++?
That would be real bad.
Andrey Bokhanko <andreybokhanko at gmail.com> schrieb am 14:04 Montag, 15.August 2016:
Are you referring to "__attribute ((abi_tag)" support? If yes, it is enabled by default, no need for special options.
You can use libstdc++ without additional options as well.
On Mon, Aug 15, 2016 at 5:27 AM, Maria Gottschalk via cfe-dev <cfe-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
Or do we have an option to select whether clang++ compiles for the old or the new abi?
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