Subject Re: [firebird-support] Re: UDF memory allocation for result string in Linux
Author Tomasz Tyrakowski
On 2012-04-17 09:37, ma_golyo wrote:
> I compiled it under x64 and the output is also x64, and used under x64 FB25.
> How I compile to get x32?
> -m32 option gives me a bunch of errors :

You need i686 version of Firebird (to get 32-bit and
32-bit compatibility development libraries in your Linux distribution
(so-called ia32-libs). The simpliest way is probably a parallel 32-bit
Linux distribution (maybe in a virtual machine?) with 32-bit Firebird
installed. Otherwise, it would be better to have some experience (or
someone experienced ;) ) with cross-compiling from x86_64 to x86. A
general hint: install 32-bit Firebird in a different location, use
-L/firebird-32-location/lib and -m32 when compiling for x86, and
-L/firebird-64-location/lib when compiling for x86_64.


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