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Re: GNU SASL 0.2.11

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: GNU SASL 0.2.11
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 12:34:52 +0100
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Francis Brosnan Blazquez <address@hidden> writes:

>> > I looked into this in more detail, and it seems that a -no-undefined
>> > parameter is needed in lib/src/, as follows, to build the
>> > DLL and import library:
>> >
>> > libgsasl_la_LDFLAGS = -version-info $(LT_CURRENT):$(LT_REVISION):
>> $(LT_AGE) \
>> >       -no-undefined -export-symbols-regex '^(gsasl|GSASL).*'
>> After some discussion on the libtool list, this was indeed the proper
>> solution.
>> I'll release a new version with the flag today.  I've tested that it
>> seem to produce a DLL and import library with mingw32 locally.  I
>> haven't tested the resulting library or binary heavily though.
> Many thanks for your support Simon, I'm going to check your current
> autoconf configuration to get the library compiled using this way. 
> I also have to check how this works while building a library that
> currently depends on external library, like GSASL. I think it shouldn't
> be a problemm.

I haven't quite worked out all the details with this either, but we'll
hopefully integrate some Visual Studio files for GSASL soon, then
Windows developer should be able to figure things out using normal
Windows procedures.

> BTW, we have just releases a new Vortex Library version [1], which
> includes a binary installer for the windows platform, with an already
> prepared GSASL support, and it works great! Great job Simon, great job.
> [1]


Any details on the binary installer?  If it is simple to automate, and
have a sufficiently free license, I'd like to use something like that
for my projects.


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