[Fwd: Re: [Thuban-list] Module sqlite.py]

Jonathan Coles jonathan at intevation.de
Fri May 2 17:16:47 CEST 2003


You can find out which libstdc++ library wxproj will use by doing the
following from your thuban directory:

cd Lib
ldd wxproj.so

This will give a list of the libraries wxproj.so will need. If you look
through the list you should find a library that begins with libstdc++.
Is it pointing to the correct path? (probably
/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.2, as you said)


On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 17:10, Dan Putler wrote:
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> From: Dan Putler <putler at commerce.ubc.ca>
> To: Jonathan Coles <jonathan at intevation.de>
> Subject: Re: [Thuban-list] Module sqlite.py
> Date: 02 May 2003 08:05:22 -0700
> Hi Jonathan,
> Some answers to your questions, and a question of my own.
> > second, I think the undefined symbol should have been
> > __gxx_personality_v0 (with two x's).
> You are correct, it is two x's.
> > third, we have a redhat9 installation here with gcc 3.2.2, python 2.2.2
> > (compiled with gcc 3.2.2) and wxGTK Everything compiles and
> > runs fine. The undefined symbol is a problem with the c++ libraries not
> > with proj4. Perhaps there is a problem with the path to the correct
> > runtime library (__gxx_personality_v0 is defined in libstdc++).
> Do I reconfigure the path in setup.py, or do I alter something at a 
> system level?  A locate command on my box indicates that I have several 
> libstdc++ libraries.  My guess is that the relevant ones live in 
> /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.2 since that is where 
> libstdc++.so and libstdc++.a are.
> > btw, what things did you need to change in setup.py?
> I needed to give the full path to wx_config.  The line I changed now reads:
> wx_config_script = "/usr/lib/wxPython/bin/wx-config"
> Ultimately, I want to play with classgen.py.  I've altered similar code 
> in OpenEV to include a quantile and standard deviations from the mean 
> classifiers.  I was hoping to do the same for Thuban.
> Dan
Jonathan Coles
Intevation GmbH
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