thank you for taking the time to fix this bug. I'm sorry it took me so
long to come back to this.
I tried it, and the static library compiles without problems. Thank you.
My goal is to make a static library that is linked against a C library.
Let's say there is function in a C library that I call from some Lisp
code. I would like to compile this Lisp code to a static library.
I used the low-level FFI of ECL, I included the header of the library
using CLINES, and I wrapped the C function in a Lisp function with
C-INLINE. This worked very well.
Now, I would like to achieve the same using CFFI instead of FFI. Using
CFFI I tried several approaches, but I wasn't successful. Basically, I
compiled the Lisp code into a static library, but the produced library
seems not to include the C library. I tried to load the library at
compile time with FFI:LOAD-FOREIGN-LIBRARY, but it doesn't seem to
have any effect.
I'm sure there's something I'm missing. Is it possible to achieve
this? If so, how can I go about it?
Thank you very much!
Simón Ortiz B., M.Sc., Ing. en Computación
Linux Registered User #388735
On 11 August 2011 05:43, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll
> On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 6:50 AM, Simon Ortiz <o.simon@...> wrote:
>> I want to build a static library that uses CFFI. I want to make the
>> library monolithic. For testing I tried to build a static library that
>> invokes the C sin function, but I fail to produce the binary. I'm
>> doing this on a Mac, using ECL 11.1.1, with no :dffi in *features*:
> Dear Simon, thanks again for providing me with such a detailed test case. I
> have finally managed to find out the problem: one of the ASDF-ECL compoments
> (monolithic-lib-op) needed special build rules, as it is the only one that
> can not be constructed out of statically linked libraries.
> I have uploaded a potential fix. Could you try it?
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