From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-10-22 11:10:15
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From: "Toon Knapen" <toon.knapen_at_[hidden]>
> Sorry, I've drawn my conclusiont to quicly ;-(
> It does work but I expected that the content of <library-file> would end
> up at the end of the link-line instead of at the beginning (since I use
> it for linking with external libs, I need it at the end ; the content of
> <find-library> does end up at the end)
Okay; that's an easy thing to fix.
> Also NEEDLIBS is used twice to workaround circular dependency problems
> (as you state in the comments). Is this really necessary.
It certainly can be neccessary.
> Storing the
> content of <find-library> in another variable, say FINDLIBRARY and
> replacing the last of both NEEDLIBS in the link-line with FINDLIBRARY,
> every still works and it seems like a better solution to me.
Why? I have no axe to grind about the names (NEEDLIBS was inherited from
Perforce Jam), but why do you want to change it? Showing me code would also
> I guess you
> did this to workaround some problem but I can't find the discussion in
> the archive so I might still miss something)
I didn't need to discuss it here, since it's something I've experienced
repeatedly using GNU linkers in the past.
David Abrahams, C++ library designer for hire
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