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Re: Better to use LIBADD always and never LDADD?

From: Guido Draheim
Subject: Re: Better to use LIBADD always and never LDADD?
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 23:35:55 +0200
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you can ensure that some options go before the
others, e.g. flags go before library references.

address@hidden schrieb:
For "convenience libraries" I just successfully
used LDADD.  It looks like LIBADD would also have
worked which uses LIBTOOL.....

I think LDADD is only for stuff you will *link*
with executable and LIBADD is more powerful and used
for other things like making real libraries you really
intend to install on system.

If true, wouldn't it be a good idea to get in habit
of using LIBADD (and Libtool) for everything?

Why use 2 commands if 1 does both functions?


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