using shared libs other than QT/KDE.
lusse at videotron.ca
Fri Apr 14 20:07:40 UTC 2000
Bjoern Krombholz wrote:
> First you should have the .so - library file (f.e. libz.so) and a .a file
> (libz.a) in one of your lib/ path's. Look into /etc/ld.so.conf to see
> wether it is automaticaly used by linker.
> Go to Project -> Options -> Linker Options in KDevelop and add "-lz" to
> the line at the bottom (without quotes).
> The string behind "-l" depends on the name of your .a file - just cut
> "lib" & ".a".
> Now include the needed header file in your sources and use it's functions.
> Bjoern Krombholz
Thank you for your help.
It's so obvious..I was so stupid!
I did not look enough carefully to see the file "/usr/lib/libz.a" ...
The only reason I have to forgive my self is that when I did search and
post my question, I was so f%$# tired and dead meet.
Actually I already know how to add additional static libs. Thus,
next time I'll wait and rest before getting in panic and cry for help
that's it: "-lz" ... doh!
Forgive me, ...etc...
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