nope there is not shared library, only static are sitting in place.
The issue happens when the last of the three libraries is going to be generated.
Initially both the two libIL and libILU are static generated; after such step the last libILUT is going to be compiled...compilation goes fine but linker can not resolve internal symbols of the previous two...due to the fact it could not link them easily.
So when the ilut library is going to link the previous two it warns me of the shared version lack and then I got a pile of undef symbols.
Investigating into makefiles should be a chance but not so easy.
I just found binaries for such lib but I do not want to use them, too easy and honestly to say, I need to use such mingw system as a good development platform, so I need to make experience.
Have you tried to compile such libs?
Michal Turlik wrote:
> Thanks...I will give it a try.
> Jon I do not know what you intend for top posting...maybe you refer to
> the fact I have posted twice?
> I have no experience with newsletters.
> Then, I sometimes was guessing whether my system was well arranged...I
> mean I have installed precompiled (binaries) of m4 and than I have
> compied from sources libtool, autoconf and automake...sorry for such
> question...but I am always thinking it should ve been better to install
> binaries of such packages.
I just realized that the last message wasn't posted to MinGW-users at all.
Top posting makes messages hard to read. Posting styles:
I'm afraid I don't understand your question. Libtool, autoconf and
automake is not related to your problems.
I have pretty understand what kind of libtool piece of software is and what it tries to do every time it is used.
Giving the fact it is the first time I am using it, yep I guessed where the LDFLAGS was gone, I did not understand what kind of *strange* errors were displayed on my screen.
I want to thank you all especially you Tor for your so accurate note about.