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SUBDIRS without installing library inside it

From: Zesen Qian
Subject: SUBDIRS without installing library inside it
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 19:47:29 +0800
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(I sent it hours ago but it 's not showing up in archive, so the resending.
sorry if it's duplicated.)
I want to nest a third-party library in my software and statically link
it. The library is distributed in the autotools style. So the only thing
I have to do is adding "SUBDIRS = libabc" to the top-level, and everything works.

The problem is that, in libabc/ there is a line saying
"lib_LTLIBRARIES =", so when I do a "make install" the library
is also installed which is not needed at all. I can avoid it by changing
that line into "noinst_LTLIBRARIES =" but I don't want to
modify the library source tree everytime a new release of that library
is availble.

Any comment is appreciated.
Regards, 祝好
Zesen Qian (钱泽森)

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