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Re: Libtool for C++, Windows and Unix

From: Michael Matz
Subject: Re: Libtool for C++, Windows and Unix
Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 19:00:12 +0200 (MET DST)


On Wed, 16 May 2001, Lars von Wedel wrote:
> I'm planning to migrate a couple of our software projects to using
> autoconf/automake. Libtool support would be great, but I read about a
> bunch of issues related to C++. On the other hand, in the archives of
> the mailing list, there seem to be a number of people actually using
> libtool together with C++, so I'm a bit puzzled here.

KDE, which is mostly C++, uses libtool on a number of platforms, so it
definetly is possible.

> Use of libltdl is planned, but 'only' to dynamically load modules at
> run time, no preloading or whatever is required. Platforms to be
> supported should be Solaris, Linux, and Win32/Cygwin, later probably

Solaris, Linux and IRIX are no problem, for Cygwin I have no datapoints
(at least not from KDE).

> Is this a feasible scenario with the current version of libtool? Do I
> have to take a look into the multi-language branch (didn't find any
> docs, so far)?

Yep, use the ML-branch.


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