From: Jorge Suit Perez Ronda (josp.jorge_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-28 05:19:20
On Thu, 2006-12-28 at 11:22 +0300, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> On Thursday 28 December 2006 05:18, Jorge Suit Perez Ronda wrote:
> > Hello, I build a shared lib A which use a prebuilt shared lib B. The lib
> > is installed in a non-standard place /usr/local/B/lib
> > lib B : : <search>/usr/local/B/lib ;
> > lib A : sources_of_A B ;
> > exe C : sources_of_C A ;
> > when the project is built C "know" where B is, but A does not "know"
> > where B is. Is there a way that B location be "hardcoded" into A in the
> > same way as it is in C?
> In theory, 'C' should have paths both to A and B, and so all libraries
> should be found.
> Is this not happening?
yes it is
> Or you want 'A' to hardcode path to 'B' so that
> it can be used outside 'C'?
yes also, I want to use A outside C. Any way to hardcode B into A?
> - Volodya
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