Francesco Calimeri wrote:
> If I want to create a static library which can be used by native
> windows compilers, instead of ".o" or ".a" libraries, what should
> I do? Is there a way to obtain a ".lib" library exploitable by
> microsoft/borland compilers using mingw?
ar rcs foo.lib foo.o bar.o ...
Only symbols with C binding, not C++, can be shared across compiler
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