and ldc v1.0.0+

Joseph Rushton Wakeling via digitalmars-d-ldc digitalmars-d-ldc at
Tue Sep 27 15:14:36 PDT 2016

On Tuesday, 27 September 2016 at 21:00:03 UTC, kinke wrote:
> Oh this may make things clearer. druntime features C parts, so 
> the pre-built one and yours probably differ in the used C(++) 
> runtime; the malloc issue also points in this direction. As we 
> seem to be using libstdc++, are you sure you're using that one 
> too?

That would make sense.  How would I determine whether or not I'm 
using libstdc++?

I note that the build scripts for Linux pass cmake a flag:


when I tried this, I had to pass instead:


... otherwise I got a linker failure for the ldc2 build with the 
message that there was no such option as 'tic-libstdc++' (!).

Since in any case I'm building on Ubuntu 16.04 rather than the 
12.04 used to create the prebuilt package, I presume libstdc++ 
would be a different version (I can't verify exactly which right 
now, I'm afraid, as I'm currently away from my computer), which I 
suppose could reasonably be the reason for the problem.

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