Compiling VNCViewer statically
Tue Jun 3 08:10:00 2003
On Mon, 2 Jun 2003, Jessica Blank wrote:
> Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 22:40:29 -0600 (MDT)
> Hi! OK, so now I've finally compiled RealVNC under Mac OS X.
Gee, it sure would be nice if you told list members how you finally
managed to do that. It might save someone else some
...before you request more assistance.
> ...now, how can I compile it STATICALLY, so I can distribute it to others
> without having to worry if they are tech-savvy enough to install whatever
> libs are needed?
> I've tried all sorts of muckety-mucking about with the various *FLAGS
> variables in configure.in and in the Makefiles... I cannot produce a
> static vncviewer binary.
> Can someone help me please?
> And please, no lectures on why static linking is a Bad Thing. I've heard
> it a trillion times. But try telling that to the newbie who says
> "durrrrrh, it no worky", and when you get them to run it from the shell
> (if you can talk them through that much), they say "durrrrrh, it say
> somefin' about libFOO dot ess-oh dot ... durrrrh, what id dat?"...
> Sorry, sometimes it's worth it to statically link. Like when releasing
> something to the public. I love it when projects offer BOTH static and
> dynamic binaries...
> Anyhow. Can someone help me? Again, please, no lectures.
> J e s s i c a L e a h B l a n k
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