[Ffmpeg-devel] Which versions of gcc properly build libavcodec?
Sat Dec 16 02:52:12 CET 2006
"Paul Kerchen" <pkerchen at simcreator.com> writes:
> I built a recent update (7316) from svn using gcc 3.2.2 and now I'm getting
> the "your compiler doesn't properly align stack variables" message when I
> try to encode a video stream. Is gcc 3.2 no longer supported/preferred or
> is 3.2.2 just the red-haired step-child that doesn't play well with ffmpeg?
> Or, is there a configure option I can turn on/off that will make gcc 3.2.2
> properly align stack variables? (I'd happily upgrade to gcc 3.4 if I could,
> but that's not an option for my current project because it must have
> compatibility with the glibc that is used by gcc 3.2).
Any gcc version will work with any version of glibc. If your
distribution has gcc 3.4 packages that depend on a later version of
glibc, you can always build gcc yourself with whatever glibc you are
mru at inprovide.com
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