[Coin-discuss] Re: compiling static libraries
hennebry at web.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu
Wed Dec 29 14:08:33 EST 2004
On Wed, 29 Dec 2004, Joseph Young wrote:
> This simplest way to make a set of static libraries is:
> 1. COIN/Makefiles/Makefile.location: Uncomment line 38
> 2. COIN/Makefiles/Makefile.location: Uncomment line 39
> 3. COIN/Makefiles/Makefile.location: Change GLPK location on line 211
> 4. COIN/Osi/OsiGlpk/Makefile: Change SHARED to STATIC on line 2
> 5. COIN/Osi/OsiGlpk/: Make in this directory
> This *should* create all the necessary libraries in COIN/lib. If you
> still want to tweak things, you can change the optimization flags to
> whatever you like. Finally, do not globally change all the .so
> references to .a. The COIN make process should handle all of that for
>From this I gather that the .so's become .a's
through the magic of make's string editing.
Don't make a new release for it, but a comment
to that effect would be a good thing.
'Twould ease the nerves of folks who know just
enough to worry about the combination of static
and .so .
Directions to my apartment involve making a right
turn just after passing a "no right turn" sign.
When giving directions, I always mention the sign.
Thank you again for your time and attention.
Mike hennebry at web.cs.ndsu.NoDak.edu
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"Yes, of course. We're someplace else.
I'll get back to you on the specifics." -- Pilot
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