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- From: DHConsultancy <DHConsultancy at skynet dot be>
- To: gcc-help at gcc dot gnu dot org, DH Consultancy <DHConsultancy at skynet dot be>
- Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 13:01:47 +0100
- Subject: static links
- Reply-to: DHConsultancy at skynet dot be
I'm trying to build a Fortran application using gfortran. I need both a
dll, and a static library. I managed to create both, my question now is
how to build a static gfortran application linking in the .dll or .a. If
I link in .dll or .a, I get the error that .dll cannot be found.
Is there a way to build a "stand-alone" application, i.e. in which the
.dll is statically linked and the application doesn't need to reference
it at runtime?
Thanks in advance!