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Building DLLs from libs
- From: Yaakov S <yselkowitz at netscape dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 01 Jan 2004 03:59:41 -0500
- Subject: Building DLLs from libs
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OK, I googled for this one but I didn't find a clear answer, so forgive
me if this is already "known" to the list.
I'm trying now to package some programs which include libs and includes.
The preferred way AFAIK is to make three packages, foo with
executables and docs, libfooABI with just the DLL, and libfoo-devel with
libs and includes. The problem is, make doesn't build the dll by default.
- From my googling it appears that there are two ways to make the DLL,
through a mkdll.sh (which some apparently opposed) or through
re-libtoolizing. Which is preferred and *exactly* how would I go about
doing this? Thanks in advance!
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