AW: Creating shared object

Incani, Maximilian Maximilian.Incani at
Thu Jul 3 12:39:18 BST 2008

Hello all together

I did not mamaged to create a shared object library with kdevelop. The FAQ tells me to create a programm with name and to set Other Linkerflags to "-shared -o".

But because the target is a binary it is not listetd in Library to include/link. Therefore i have to link it like a library outside of the project. By the way i think a IDE should make the the procedures more easier.

And in any case it did not work.

Best regards,
M. Incani

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> Von: kdevelop-bounces at 
> [mailto:kdevelop-bounces at] Im Auftrag 
> von Andreas Pakulat
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 3. Juli 2008 11:32
> An: kdevelop at
> Betreff: Re: Creating shared object
> On 03.07.08 11:18:56, Incani, Maximilian wrote:
> > Hello together
> > 
> > I like to create a "shared object" target in my project. If 
> i Choose 
> > "Create new target" and select lib i can create a static lib. I can 
> > not find how to create a
> There's an option to create a "libtool library" thats the 
> easiest way to setup a shared library. See also our FAQ.
> Andreas
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