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Re: [Mingw-users] Dll Build Issue




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On 17/06/16 19:56, Robert Cavanaugh wrote:
> One item I am confused about; if I do not include '--library' and 
> substitute '-l' the compilation stops with ld reporting it "cannot 
> find" the library with "-l" prepended to the literal path. Adding 
> "-Wl," has no effect. Removing the explicit path and relying on
> the '-L' search paths is ignored as well.

You need to SHOW us EXACTLY how you're specifying it; if your library
is called foo.lib, correct format is "-lfoo", (with no path, or ".lib"
extension), or "/path/to/foo.lib", (with no "-l").  If you use the
"/path/to/foo.lib", the linker will use exactly that library, (no "-L"
paths will be searched); OTOH, if you use the "-lfoo" form, the "-L"
paths in left-to-right order, until the first match to any of, (in
priority order), is found:

          libfoo.dll.a
          foo.dll.a
          libfoo.a
          foo.lib
          libfoo.dll
          foo.dll

>> Other mail list etiquette issues you have: * your mail lines need
>> to wrap to no more than 75 characters per line. * you started a
>> new thread rather than continuing the thread you began earlier.
> 
> Apologies, the last submission was done with my Kindle and clearly 
> its mail client has some issues. I thought I was responding to the 
> original thread.

It appears that your Kindle client is not adding an appropriate
"In-Reply-To" header; thus, threading is broken.

> If this message is acceptable I will continue to use this client
> or if not, go to T-bird

Nope.  It's still breaking threading; please do consider using T-bird
instead.

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Regards,
Keith.

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