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Re: How to link just one library staticly.

From: Familie Porschberg
Subject: Re: How to link just one library staticly.
Date: Tue, 9 May 2006 21:15:37 +0200

Am Tue, 9 May 2006 05:09:12 -0500
schrieb Paul Elliott <address@hidden>:

> I have a simple program which links to a number
> of externaly supplied libraries.
> Because one library is a constantly changing moving target, and is
> small, I want to it link staticly. It is not a libtool library. It
> comes in .a and .so versions in /usr/lib.

a bit off-topic, but may be
is useful for you. The m4 macro tries to detect several boost libraries,
also boost_filesystem.
(And even more off-topic, boost_filesystem is candidate for C++ TR2,


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