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Re: creating shared libraries

From: txie
Subject: Re: creating shared libraries
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 18:02:40 -0400 (EDT)
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> * address@hidden wrote on Fri, Oct 26, 2007 at 06:27:00PM CEST:
>> Yes, It works. And I found another solution: using Libtool Convenience
>> Libraries. Firstly create some .la files in subdirectories, then create
>> the wanted .la file on the upper directory.
> Yes, that is a possibility.
>> But I have 2 new problems now:
>> 1. My solution works well. But the names of the objective files are
>> changed.
>> For example, vector.c file is compiled to libutil_la-vector.o file not
>> vector.o file. How to change the name to vector.o ?
> Object file names are an internal detail of Automake.  You should not
> need to know them, and the name should normally not matter.  Automake
> may rename objects for several reasons, see:
> <>.
>> 2. I have to write Makefiles in every subdirectories, and specify them
>> in
>> the file. It is boring. Is that necessary?
> Yes.  You can use a script to do that, if it helps you.
> Cheers,
> Ralf


I still dont know how to remove the library files with version number,
such as May you show me a simple example?
How to remove the libtool .lo files during the process of 'make'? Thanks.



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