Compiling VNCViewer statically
Tue Jun 3 17:28:03 2003
On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Steve Palocz wrote:
> Gee, it sure would be nice if ppl read the list email's before....
> If you search the mailing list for
> "Re: Compile problems on Mac OS X" as the subject line, you will find
> that there are many emails on May 30, June 1 and June 2 of this year,
> and behold, a few of them have the info in it!!!
Yeah...I've been scanning the thread as it evolved.
I recall *many* suggestions.
I can *assume* that it was the *last one* that did the trick...
But would prefer to *know*.
> I really appreciate the fact that she changed the subject line and
> started a new thread on this issue.
That's fine. I would appreciate finishing the old one first.
Some people do that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of Bill Cassady
> Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 3:08 AM
> To: Jessica Blank
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Compiling VNCViewer statically
> 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
> > without having to worry if they are tech-savvy enough to install
> > 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
> > 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
> > (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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