compile question about dll of windows

Jean-Francois Briere
Mon Apr 7 14:29:00 GMT 2003

How did you build xerces.dll in the first place?
Can we see the commands?

Jean-Francois Briere

>> --- On Mon 04/07, Steve Ni < > wrote:
>>From: Steve Ni [mailto:]
>>Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 19:14:13 +0800
>>Subject: compile question about dll of windows
>>I try to an open source project javagroups into dll library in Windows.  It<br>required XML xerces package. First, I compile xerces into a DLL library,<br>after then, I want to compile Javagroups with libxerces.dll into a new<br>jg.dll, I don't know if GCJ can arrive my idea.<br><br>Following is my command to compile javagroup. But it failed to find<br>org.xml.sax(in fact, libxerces doesn't work!)<br><br>gcj -shared -o jg.dll javagroups.jar -L. -llibxerces<br><br>Certainly, I can use static link xerces method to get a standalone jg.dll,<br>like:<br><br>gcj -shared -o jg.dll javagroups.jar xerces.o<br><br>This command success!<br><br><br>

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