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Relinking on windows

From: Duft Markus
Subject: Relinking on windows
Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 14:54:49 +0200

Hi together!

I have a question regarding relinking on windows (while installing).
Everytime a library/exe is installed it is relinked, which costs tons of

After thinking about the problem of having to relink (i assume because
of changing runpaths?) i realized that a Makefile target (pointing to
the installed binary) would solve the problem by checking timestamps (at
least i think so), but nobody is able to create the target;
automake/autoconf don't know anything about libtool, and libtool is not
able of creating makefile targets, correct so far?

Now on windows with wgcc >= 2.2.0 i support hardcoding paths too, so i'd
need relinking. But: i have autility wchrpath shipped with wgcc (same as
chrpath on linux) which is able to change the runpath of a binary
without relinking, and this would be *much* faster.

Is there any way to echange relinking with wchrpath? Maybe by simply
setting relink_cmd to wchrpath somewhere? This would also greatly
increase performance on Linux / maybe other Unix's...

Cheers, Markus

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