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Re: simple Q: linking against another static lib

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: simple Q: linking against another static lib
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 09:24:13 +0200
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* joseph speigle wrote on Thu, Jun 03, 2004 at 03:56:31AM CEST:
> hope this arrives well, if it's too easy such is life.  However, I
> found a good link for my problem which doesn't work.  I want to
> statically compile into my final executable a library (libpqxx.a --
> the c++ postgresql client lib) but can't find the
> "directive" to do so.  
> The book by Vaugn says:
> `_LIBADD' 
> Like `_LDADD', but used for static libraries and not programs.

and this means that, if your target is a library, you use LIBADD rather
than LDADD.  But you are building a program, not a library, so use
LDADD.  Just add /usr/local/pqxx/lib/libpqxx.a to your existing
..._LDADD variable.


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