Re: Testing of lsbdev and sample implementation
Stuart Anderson writes:
> > So assuming it can,
> > - If the dependency is a library, is it expected to link statically? I guess
> > there's no way of know that library is there or declaring a dependency so I
> > would assume you have to go static.
> Correct. Static linking removes the dependency at runtime (ie becomes part of
> the application itself).
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that you're also allowed to
dynamically link as long as you supply the shared library with your
package (to be installed in the /opt/<package_name> hierarchy.
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