Date: 2001-11-01 18:11:34
--- In boost_at_y..., Jeremy Siek <jsiek_at_c...> wrote:
> How do you tell jam to link in a library, where the library
> is from a 3rd party (and can be found in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH).
> (i.e., what's the equivalent of the compiler command line
> -l and -L options)
I asked the same question of Dave and this was his response:
>You can use either the <library-path>path (-Lpath) and <find-
>(-lxxx) OR the <library-file>path/libxxx.a (path/libxxx) features
><lib>xxx is just for dependency targets which can be built by the
>Let me know if you need details.
However, from a message I read earlier today I'm not sure that this
works correctly just yet. I gathered that you needed to provide full
or relative paths... that standard techniques for finding them such
as LD_LIBRARY_PATH don't work.
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