|Subject:||How to name the dll file which generated by make?|
|Date:||Mon, 09 Sep 2002 11:38:24 +0800|
I am a beginer. I appreciate any help.
I don't know how to name the dll file generated by make, when I exercised the example in the section of 25.4 DLLs with Libtool of GNU AUTOCONF,AUTOMAKE,AND LIBTOOL book.
the makefile.am file is:
lib_LTLIBRARIES = libhello.la
libhello_la_SOURCES = hello.c
libhello_la_LDFLAGS = -no-undefined -avoid-version
include_HEADERS = hello.h
bin_PROGRAMS = hello
hello_SOURCES = main.c
hello_LDADD = libhello.la
the configure.in file is:
# Process this file with autoconf to create configure. AC_INIT(hello.h) AM_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h:config.hin) AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(hello, 1.0) AC_PROG_CC AM_PROG_CC_STDC AC_C_CONST
after all source file is ready, I run the following command in cygwin bash:
everything is ok,and the name of the generated dll file is cyghello.dll.
If I hope that the dll file have a name of "myhello.dll", how do I ?
I have read through the automake doc and the autoconf doc, and try many times to change the dll file name, no success.
expecting any help!
Sincerely yours Jincheng Wang
I read the book of GNU AUTOCONF,AUTOMAKE,AND LIBTOOL, and meet a question in the section of 25.4 DLLs with Libtool . I
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