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Re: [Help-nano] build nano static for embedded system

From: Chris Allegretta
Subject: Re: [Help-nano] build nano static for embedded system
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 12:19:37 -0400

You may want to consider linking with the slang library instead of
ncurses as well as using the static linking method Eitan mentioned.
Otherwise I believe nano will still want the termcap/terminfo files
that are normally found in /etc which I'm guessing would defeat the
purpose of what you're trying to accomplish.

On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 9:15 PM, Eitan Adler <address@hidden> wrote:
> M. Frey wrote:
>> hi,
>> I would like to build a statical (executes without any need of library
>> file) nano version.
>> The gcc linker would do this with the option --static. How can I do the
>> same with make?
> in bash:
> export CFLAGS="--static"
> in csh (I think):
> setenv CFLAGS --static
> using configure:
> $./configure CFLAGS="--static"
> All this does is add "--static" to the gcc command line.
> I can not guarantee that this will build a static version of nano.
> On my system "--static" does not exist in the man page for gcc.
> However -static and -static-libgcc do.
> Perhaps you meant those?
>> Thanks for the help!
>> maurus
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