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Re: [help-cgicc] how to compile

From: Spiro Philopoulos
Subject: Re: [help-cgicc] how to compile
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2002 17:16:57 -0500

Just point to the cgicc source directory (e.g. -Icgicc-3.1.5/cgicc) and link 
to the cgicc library using -lcgicc (I believe the libcgicc library is placed 
in /usr/local/lib when you compile & install cgicc so you probably don't need 
to point to it with a -L/usr/local/lib). Hope this helps.

On Friday 05 July 2002 16:49, Edward Wilson wrote:
> I was able to run ./configure; make; make install...
> and the include files were installed in /usr/include
> but how do I compile a _single_ source file.  I looked
> at the master make but it was massive.  Is there a
> _simple_ way to compile.  I was hoping to find an
> example make file or at least some simple
> (non-intimidating) instructions for building and
> linking.
> Something like: [g++ -o targetFile targetFile.cpp
> -I/include_path -L/Liner_path -llibcgicc] would be
> great.
> //ed
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