On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 18:20, Andreas Rottmann wrote: > Scott James Remnant <email@example.com> writes: > > > On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 17:02, Matt Zimmerman wrote: > > > > > On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 12:44:17PM +0900, Miles Bader wrote: > > > > > > > Scott James Remnant <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > Can you > > > > tell it to not use/produce shared libraries at all (e.g., just > > > > > > use traditional static libraries)? > > > > > > > > > > If you're using libtool from within automake: > > > > > > > > > > lib_LTLIBRARIES = libhello.la > > > > > libhello_la_LDFLAGS = -static > > > > > > > > Actually I think the problem was that the package I had problems with > > > > had been distributed with a very old version of libtool; after updating > > > > to something more recent, I can use the --disable-shared and --enable-static > > > > configure switches to get what I want. > > > > > > Speaking of which...is there any way to force building only a shared > > > library, without using --disable-static? flac, for example, builds both a > > > normal shared library (shared and static versions) and a plugin (which makes > > > no sense static, and would be a pain to link statically). Currently, it > > > uses separate libtools to build the two libraries, which seems silly. > > > > > In your configure.in put > > > > AC_DISABLE_STATIC > > > You seem to lack understanding what the problem is: how to disable > static building for a *specific* library (e.g plugin), not all in the > project. > Oh, sorry! :) I assumed the only libraries you were building with libtool were your plugins. Apart from using a separate libtool, there isn't. There's no equivalent of "-static" like "-shared". Unless "libtool" itself is generated by a configure with --disable-static/AC_DISABLE_STATIC, it'll always generate a static library as well. This is true of CVS libtool too. Scott -- Scott James Remnant Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange http://netsplit.com/ things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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