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how do I make an fbc-usable .a file from a .so file in linux?
blahboybang wrote:how do I make an fbc-usable .a file from a .so file in linux?
xxx.dll.a files are only needed on windows.
xxxxxx.a files are static libs on Win and Lin.
fbc -lib yourlib.bas
if you will use a shared lib *.so you need the function declarations in a *.bi file
and link it with #inclib "name_of_the_lib" or on the command line.
fbc -l name_of_the_lib yourprog.bas
sometimes you need to tell fbc where the lib are is. "-p switch"
fbc -p /usr/X11/lib -l X11 your_X11_prog.bas
I hope this are right what i wrote.
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