[CMake] target_link_libraries doubt
vikasnkumar at users.sourceforge.net
Wed Jun 14 16:52:31 EDT 2006
I understand that it is currently not possible.
But take the case where you as a software product developer, are given
a proprietary .dll/.so file and you are creating a library that links
with that file.
If "ld -o foo.so -static bar.so foo.o " , can be written in a
makefile and made to work, why cannot cmake have such an option ?
On 6/14/06, Alexander Neundorf <a.neundorf-work at gmx.net> wrote:
> Von: Vikas Kumar <vikasnkumar at users.sourceforge.net>
> > Hi
> > I have a library that links to other shared libraries. For example I
> > am trying to build libFoo.so , which links to a shared library
> > libBar.so.
> > How do i link in libBar.so statically instead ?
> > is there a way to do that like by saying "-static " just before
> > libBar.so
> > This way I will have to worry about distributing one library instead of
> > two.
> I think this is not possible.
> You either have to build and distribute two libraries, or simply put everything in one library. Having the source files in different directories is no problem.
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