daniel at turtleware.eu
Tue Oct 6 05:18:40 UTC 2015
> Difficulties making monolithic-lib-op portable suggest that it (and
> maybe also lib-op) should output an object file as if by ld -r rather
> than a static library. Indeed, there is no *portable* way to combine
> several .a files into a single one on a BSD system (including MacOS
> X). Or should that be the case only on said systems?
We have currently bug regarding combining static libraries, but doesn't
BSD nor OSX support libtool? If yes, then we can just extract all
objects from static archive and combine them again.
> In any case, that's ugly, and to make a distinction, we'd have to
> extend os.lisp to also distinguish bsd-style unix from gnu-style unix.
> —♯ƒ • François-René ÐVB Rideau •Reflection&Cybernethics• http://fare.tunes.org
> It is said that pragmatism trumps ideology in a crisis. What actually happens
> in a crisis, certainly in this one, is that the ruling party gets to
> rechristen its ideology as pragmatism. — Christopher Caldwell
In one of the comments @Whimse provides a working solution using
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