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configure option naming convention

From: Lars J. Aas
Subject: configure option naming convention
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 16:48:36 +0200
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I'm wondering if there is a convention already for this or not.
I am linking static libraries on windows (msvc++).  Not involving
libtool or anything ready-made from autoconf/automake for that matter.
Anyways, I can either just ball together just the object files for
the library, or I can link the archive and pull in external
dependencies at the same time.  Doing the latter, I don't need to
do it when I link the static library into the executable.

So what I'm looking for is an option name for letting the
configurer specify when to use delayed linking of other static
libraries, and to be able to do it on a library-for-library basis.

Anybody set up options for anything like this before, and if so,
how did you name them (and access the info inside the configure script
in case there's already a system for it)?

  Lars J

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