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agan Davis
2014-05-22 02:19:54 UTC
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Hi everyone

How to solve the problem " KLEE: ERROR: Link with library
../klee/Release+Asserts/lib/libkleeRuntimePOSIX.bca failed: Linking globals
named 'strverscmp': symbol multiply defined!"?
what's the reason of the situation of multiply defined? Does someone come
across this problem? and how to avoid it?

Thanks
Davis
小、   ̄洁
2014-06-02 15:50:10 UTC
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Hi
How to read the file Assembly.ll ?
Is there some explanations?
Thanks
ZengJie




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Hi everyone

How to solve the problem " KLEE: ERROR: Link with library ../klee/Release+Asserts/lib/libkleeRuntimePOSIX.bca failed: Linking globals named 'strverscmp': symbol multiply defined!"?
what's the reason of the situation of multiply defined? Does someone come across this problem? and how to avoid it?


Thanks
Davis
Oscar Soria Dustmann
2014-06-02 16:04:18 UTC
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Hi Zeng Jie,

the llvm language was introduced in Lattner et Adve: LLVM: a compilation
framework for lifelong program analysis & transformation.
It is documented in great detail at: http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html

Cheers,
Oscar
Post by 小、   ̄洁
Hi
How to read the file Assembly.ll ?
Is there some explanations?
Thanks
ZengJie
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Hi everyone
How to solve the problem " KLEE: ERROR: Link with library ../klee/Release+Asserts/lib/libkleeRuntimePOSIX.bca failed: Linking globals named 'strverscmp': symbol multiply defined!"?
what's the reason of the situation of multiply defined? Does someone come across this problem? and how to avoid it?
Thanks
Davis
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Daniel Liew
2014-06-02 16:03:41 UTC
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Post by 小、   ̄洁
Hi
How to read the file Assembly.ll ?
Is there some explanations?
1. DO NOT hijack someone else's thread (agan Davis) with an unrelated
problem. Create YOUR OWN thread!
2. assembly.ll is LLVM assembly. Read http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html
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