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Data undefined symbols

i am trying to compile transcode on AIX v 4.3.3 with gcc 3.0.1

i am getting this error:

gcc -shared -o .libs/libexport_null.so.0 export_null.o -lpthread -ldl -lc -Wl,-bnoentry -Wl,-bexport:.libs/libexport_null.exp

ld: 0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol: capability_flag
ld: 0711-317 ERROR: Undefined symbol: verbose_flag

code from export_null.c
static int verbose_flag=TC_QUIET;
static int capability_flag=-1; //all codecs welcome
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__BUILTIN_CONSTANT_P(3) 				   BSD Library Functions Manual 				   __BUILTIN_CONSTANT_P(3)

__builtin_constant_p -- GNU extension to determine compile time constants SYNOPSIS
int __builtin_constant_p(value); DESCRIPTION
The __builtin_constant_p() is a GNU extension for determining whether a value is known to be constant at compile time. The function is closely related to the concept of ``constant folding'' used by modern optimizing compilers. If the value is known to be a compile-time constant, a value 1 is returned. If __builtin_constant_p() returns 0, the value is not a compile- time constant in the sense that gcc(1) was unable to determine whether the value is constant or not. EXAMPLES
A typical example of the use of __builtin_constant_p() involves a situation where it may be desirable to fold the computation if it involves a constant, but a function call is needed otherwise. For instance, bswap16(3) is defined in NetBSD as: #define bswap16(x) (__builtin_constant_p((x)) ? __byte_swap_u16_constant(x) : __BYTE_SWAP_U16_VARIABLE(x)) SEE ALSO
gcc(1), __builtin_object_size(3), __builtin_return_address(3) CAVEATS
This is a non-standard, compiler-specific extension. BSD
December 19, 2010 BSD

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