|Subject:||Is it possible / easy to build a shared library of a selection of modules?|
|Date:||Mon, 2 Nov 2015 09:03:01 -0800|
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I saw this message posted back in 2011 but I've never seen anyone post a solution to it.
I would like to build libgnu.so and use it in my project. The reason for this is because I use strictly a CMake build and it would be much easier to link in this library instead of trying to recode my project using autoconf.
I am able to select the linked list module just fine, but there doesn't seem to be a configure or ./gnulib-tool option that allows me
to enable the generation of a libgnu.so .
Any ideas how one can do this effortlessly using either a configure / make / gnulib-tool step ?
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