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A few notes: - If you are looking to statically compile an application, you must compile it without the use of either rtti or exceptions. The library should be compiled likewise. Since the application will be statically compiled, you may run a dynamic library with exception support. - As of version 0.1.11 uClibc+ throws LOTS of warnings when compiling about inline functions used but never defined. There warnings are known errors in GCC versions 3.3.3 3.4.0 4.0.0 4.1.0 [Bug #21627]. Either ignore these warnings or upgrade your compiler. Note that these warnings will exist when compiling software as well as the library itself. - uClibc++ is not capable of bootstrapping itself. The library depends upon some of the gcc support files and libstdc++ for exception support. Linking in libsupc++ moves all of the required code into the library so that the GNU library is no longer required AFTER COMPILATION. Thus you can build uClibc++ on a development system against libstdc++, but when deployed you will not need any of the GNU library files. - The debugging option now has an impact on produced code. For now it simply zeros out pointers used internally which should never be used, or which are considered to be invalidated anyways. This will help track down bugs easier (this change was in result of a memory-related error).