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author/C=DE/ST=Berlin/L=Berlin/O=Netfilter Project/OU=Development/CN=kaber/ </C=DE/ST=Berlin/L=Berlin/O=Netfilter Project/OU=Development/CN=kaber/>2006-07-20 16:59:04 +0000
committer/C=DE/ST=Berlin/L=Berlin/O=Netfilter Project/OU=Development/CN=kaber/ </C=DE/ST=Berlin/L=Berlin/O=Netfilter Project/OU=Development/CN=kaber/>2006-07-20 16:59:04 +0000
commit138ab553e6e7e928ff163bdae0ddd0d403c62d56 (patch)
tree35ec1fd4c324beceba628c2a3fdf1dfb500e60dd /include
parent9bbf903d6e35fe9fa1ae70e440829187a09b523a (diff)
[PATCH] Use gcc to build shared objects (Phil Oester <>)
As suggested by Dmitry Levin and included in Fedora Core releases, use gcc instead of ld to link shared objects. Fedora rpm notes refer to this fixing a plugin problem, but does not offer specifics. But in any event, 'gcc -dumpspecs' does show gcc will pass a number of parameters which in theory it thinks are better. Compile tested both with and without NO_SHARED_LIBS. Closes bug #454.
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1 files changed, 2 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/include/iptables_common.h b/include/iptables_common.h
index 64723c3..e214d1f 100644
--- a/include/iptables_common.h
+++ b/include/iptables_common.h
@@ -33,8 +33,10 @@ void exit_error(enum exittype, char *, ...)__attribute__((noreturn,
extern const char *program_name, *program_version;
extern char *lib_dir;
+#define _init __attribute__((constructor)) my_init
# ifdef _INIT
+# undef _init
# define _init _INIT
# endif
extern void init_extensions(void);