TagLib 1.6 RC1 - Windows Static LIB
mcp at technologist.com
Wed Sep 9 05:18:43 CEST 2009
In March 2009, I created a Visual Studio 2008 project that would create a
DLL and/or a LIB file. I honestly haven't tried to compile version 1.6 yet.
As long as nothing has been done to explicitly prevent compiling as a static
library, it should still work. I will try to find time this week to test
the current build.
I'd be happy to share the VS2008 project with whomever wants it.
From: Lukáš Lalinský [mailto:lalinsky at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2009 3:09 AM
To: Tony Pombo
Cc: taglib-devel at kde.org
Subject: Re: TagLib 1.6 RC1 - Windows Static LIB
On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 5:57 AM, Tony Pombo<mcp at technologist.com> wrote:
> I currently have several projects on Windows that use TagLib 1.5 as a
static library. I like the convenience of distributing a single executable
> However, I understand that TagLib 1.6 doesn't support compiling to a
static LIB file on Windows. I am disappointed to hear this.
> Having to distribute, install, and support another (unnecessary DLL) file
should not be required. I would like to suggest that support for compiling
to a static LIB be added to 1.6.
> This feature was available in v1.5, and I see no reason to remove it from
This feature was not removed in 1.6, it was not supported in 1.5
either. If you can tell me how did you build static library with 1.5
and what doesn't work with 1.6, I can try to fix it.
lalinsky at gmail.com
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