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Mon, 15 Dec 2003 17:20:43 -0500
Well, after much trial and error and head scratching, in order to group
libraries together (with linker options trailing the libraries) I did:
OUR_LIBS=../common/libCommon.a ../A/libA.a ../B/libB.a \
sim_LDADD=-Wl,--start-group $(OUR_LIBS) -Wl,--end-group
When I run automake, I still get the warning:
sim/Makefile.am:7: linker flags such as `-Wl,--start-group' belong in
but obviously, these are order dependent flags, so the warning
makes little sense...
Is there a cleaner way for automake to handle this, or should I
just write Makefile.in's by hand...
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- grouping libraries,
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