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Re: -no-undefined (was: libposix)

From: Bruce Korb
Subject: Re: -no-undefined (was: libposix)
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 16:33:33 -0700


So this stuff relates somewhat to my new play toy.
I need to export the required compile and link options in an
easily scriptable format.  For that reason, I like the idea of
installing a project descriptor to $prefix/share/pkgconfig/libposix.pc
Via some magic, I'll need the `pkg-config --libs libposix` output
to result in all the stuff libposix (aka gnulib for posix) is going
to require.  I am open to suggestions, but my first guess is
going to be to write some script that strips out all the
names by grepping for '^libposix_la.*_LIBM\)' from Makefile.am
and stuffing it into libposix.pc.  Yes.  I am definitely open for
suggestions. :)  Sould I also produce a libposix-config script?

But I also need to know how close the thing is to prime time.
It builds and installs on my platform, but if anything is going
to be effective at highlighting gnulib portability issues, very likely
this is going to do it very well.  So, if a few folks could please
give it a spin?

Cheers - Bruce

On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 4:11 PM, Bruno Haible <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Ralf,
>> even *if* gnulib lists all

> Understood. But even if libtool had this feature, its usefulness would be
> limited in the scope of gnulib:

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