On Wed, 16 Apr 2003 21:16:00 BST, Joel Becker said: > They are not the same at all, AFAICT. -lrtl would link a > library librtl.a. -brtl places bits in the shared object header to > notify the runtime linker about runtime linking. The two are sufficiently related that they can't marry in most states.. ;) If you use -brtl, it forces -brtllib, which causes an implicit -lrtl to be generated.. And I seem to remember that -lrtl causes some magic as well, but I can't find an authoritative cite for it.
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