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Mon, 10 Sep 2001 16:55:28 -0700
I'm trying to setup a process where when I run a make for any given library, it
should build the .a or .so and install it. Instead of doing a make install
build has taken place. Is there a way to do this?
My dilema, is that developers are trying to populate a lib directory with
all of the
libraries, so that they can use the -L flag and resolve their links. They
for this to happen when they do a build. So once their Makefiles are
autoconf and automake. They should be able to execute a make, the make would
start building libraries and subsequently install them, in a lib directory,
applications would contain the -L flag to satisfy the symbols.
I tried selling the idea of library dependency via libtool, and although
they think it
is a great concept they still like to populate a lib directory with
libraries during the make.
Is this possible?
- lib installation,
Fausto Sanchez <=