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[bug #12576] alternative to the "-framework" flag

From: Wolfgang Sourdeau
Subject: [bug #12576] alternative to the "-framework" flag
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 03:08:14 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #4, bug #12576 (project gnustep):

Hi again,

The reason why I use -rpath is because it's the only way for me not to
install my framework before running my application. That's a personal choice,
based on my personal way of doing things. But if you look a bit further on the
same line, the "-l" flag is used.
Therefore, if the library is not found in the defaut place (-rpath), it's
searched in the regular library paths.

I just tested it and it works.

Regarding the scanning of directories. It does not happen every time a file
is compiled. It happens only when the ADDITIONAL_CFLAGS and
ADDITIONAL_LDFLAGS are computed in the makefile. However, your commentary
made me realize that I omitted  the default system frameworks directories
(which is not difficult to do). Actually, all the cryptic make code you can
read there is meant to reduce the search path of GCC. I do this by checking
that all the mentionned frameworks dirs do exist (using 'wildcard').




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