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Re: Ncurses/dialog static linking on 64bit problem

From: Thomas Dickey
Subject: Re: Ncurses/dialog static linking on 64bit problem
Date: Tue, 8 May 2007 16:00:46 -0400 (EDT)

On Tue, 8 May 2007, VinX wrote:

Hi all,
i have a little problem,
i need ncurses package to use dialog UI statically linked.

I have configured ncurses-5.6 with this options:
../configure --without-gpm --without-dlsym --without-debug

That's where I'd start -

and dialog work fine only on 32 bit architecture...
i tried with a amd64 and a intel core duo and both fails.

If i compile ncurses with
and build dialog in dinamic linking it work also on 64 bit.

Is it that the static linking fails, or that the application fails to run.
I'm guessing it is the linking.

Have you same tips about this problem?

Just a few.  Building ncurses static libraries still leaves libc dynamic
(or that's what I'm guessing from the comments above).  In a 32-bit
architecture, configuring dialog will pick up "some" libraries.  I
don't see any discussion of what -L options you used to limit that to
the static libraries just built (or using ldd to verify that dialog
was built with static ncurses libraries).

Thomas E. Dickey

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