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Questionproblem deploying application Pinmembersujandasmahapatra25-Sep-12 9:40 
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Questionexceptions always SIGABRT in linux shared object PinmemberMichaelRoop25-Sep-12 2:28 
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GeneralRe: exceptions always SIGABRT in linux shared object PinmemberMichaelRoop25-Sep-12 14:45 
I found a solution to the SIGABRT problem. As I suspected it was a problem with the makefile. In particular, I changed
 
this:
ld -shared -soname $@ -o $@ $(OBJS)
 
to this:
$(CC) -shared -W1,-soname,$@ -o $@ $(OBJS)
 
It now behaves in the same way as in Windows. As long as I catch the exception properly it will never SIGABRT.
 
Seeing that I am not a linux guru, I would appreciate if someone out there has an explanation why a shared object linked with ld will not allow exceptions while one linked with gcc will.
 
It may also help anyone else having a similar problem. I looked far and wide and could find no documentation on this.
QuestionCppunit in Visual studio 2010 PinmemberRahul from Poona24-Sep-12 5:44 
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QuestionQuestion about MFC implementation PinmemberJian Jun Liu23-Sep-12 3:33 
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QuestionWhat makes C and C++ a "good" language? [modified] PinmemberBrandon T. H.18-Sep-12 17:06 
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