This can be useful if a module implements some core functionality in your project that would cause your code to crash if removed. But be careful not to link a single convenience library, directly or indirectly, into a single program or library, otherwise you may get errors about symbol redefinitions. So, on platforms without shared libraries, libtool simply acts as a wrapper for the system ar and possibly ranlib commands. If the --with-included-ltdl is not passed at configure time, and an installed libltdl is not found, then configure will exit immediately with an error that asks the user to either specify the location of an installed libltdl using the --with-ltdl-include and --with-ltdl-lib options, or to build with the libltdl sources shipped with the package by passing --with-included-ltdl. Most were too complex to use much less modify without understanding exactly what the implementation does, and they were generally not documented.
It will be of no use to you unless you are considering porting libtool to new systems, or writing your own libtool. It appears to not be available even after I install it. I thought I should stop while I was ahead, work on whatever bugs you discover, etc. Therefore, if you do have a source file. To help you do this, the m4 macros for Autoconf are available in ltdl. The directory names may not contain the path separator.
Then, you should read the Emacs guide to reporting bugs see in The Emacs Manual. If you encounter flags that you think are useful to pass, as a work-around you can prepend flags with -Wc, or -Xcompiler to allow them to be passed through to the compiler driver see. Then, the wrapper script guarantees that the executable finds the correct shared library the one in. The advise parameter is opaque and can only be accessed with the functions documented below. This creates initialisation files for the user in the Cygwin home directory. The latest stable version is.
A more complex implementation of this concept was re-introduced before release 1. So, to accommodate both views, you can use the -release flag to set release information for libraries for which you do not want to use -version-info. Because libtool is a shell script, it can be difficult to understand just by reading it from top to bottom. If this presents a problem, please contact the Libtool team at the Libtool bug reporting address. Libtool provides support for dlopened modules.
This mode can be achieved using either option -v or option --verbose. Never try to set the interface numbers so that they correspond to the release number of your package. In this situation, the price of being dynamic is eight kilobytes, and the payoff is about four kilobytes. The last element of all has a name and address of 0. If your rights have been terminated and not permanently reinstated, receipt of a copy of some or all of the same material does not give you any rights to use it.
If a test fails, it means that there is either a programming error in libtool, or in the test program itself. In fact, the wrapper executable will detect any command line options that begin with --lt- and abort with an error message if the option is not recognized. Simply install the executables on the host platform, and execute them there. Empty, if no such flag is required. It is not as flexible as some, but it is definitely the simplest of the more powerful versioning systems. Quit anyway and kill it? This option should be used if the package makes use of the -dlopen and -dlpreopen libtool flags, otherwise libtool will assume that the system does not support dlopening. These command line options include: --lt-dump-script Causes the wrapper to print a copy of the wrapper script to stdout, and exit.
Then, a wrapper script or, on certain platforms, a wrapper executable see was created in the current directory. So far, it has proved to be successful: libtool is simpler and more useful than before. Be aware that you could overwrite another libltdl already installed to the same directory if you use this option. This type of dynamic linking is explicitly controlled by the application. Please note you must supply the full file name extension including any leading dot. In general, each mode-arg is interpreted by programs libtool invokes, rather than libtool itself.
. Otherwise 0 is eventually returned when func has been successfully called for all matching modules. This section helps show why libtool does things a certain way. That way, you have the freedom to change the data structures without changing the interface. This option has no effect on whether the additional messages seen in --verbose mode are shown. New projects should use the -version-info flag instead. This has the runtime performance benefits of inlined ltmain.
If this is set to no, libtool may have to create two copies of a program in the build tree, one to be installed and one to be run in the build tree only. The actual program executable is created below. The name in the list is the file name that the linker finds when given -l name. If the runtime linker fails to load libraries with wrong permissions, then it may fail to execute programs that are needed during installation, because these need the library that has just been installed. At worst, it means that the wrapper executable will specify file names or paths appropriate for the build platform.
However, most shared library systems are restricted in that they only allow a single level of dependencies. Directories that appear in this list are never hard-coded into executables. However, since the program does not depend on any uninstalled libtool library, it is probably usable even without the wrapper script. Of course, any Autoconf macros you write yourself must be designed carefully to not make any assumptions about being executed on Unix if the Cygwin compatibility is to remain. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information. If the -no-suppress option is given in compile mode, libtool will show the compiler output for both objects. Automake does this automatically, but Autoconf users should set it to the relative path to the top of your build directory.