[unixODBC-support] Adding a static library to Drivers/template?

Eric Davies eric at barrodale.com
Mon Feb 21 16:10:31 GMT 2011


Thank you Nick, and fans-of-Nick ;-),

Garden variety makefile it is!

Eric.
At 01:54 PM 2/18/2011, Nick Gorham wrote:
>On 18/02/2011 21:03, Eric Davies wrote:
>>I'm trying to implement a new ODBC driver by using the 
>>Drivers/template example files. My new code will rely on a library 
>>I wrote for another project. How do I get it linked into the new 
>>driver's shared library?
>>
>>It appears that the Makefile and Makefile.in is reconstructed from 
>>the Makefile.am file, precluding just modifying the Makefile. The 
>>libtemplate.la appears to be built from the config.status file. I'm 
>>an experienced C programmer but my Makefiles tend to be rather straightforward.
>
>Hi
>
>I would start from scratch with the makefile. The one in unixOdbc is 
>tied up with autoconf tools. Even if you intend to use autoconf with 
>your driver it will need to start from scratch.
>
>I wold start with the template .c and .h files and build a makefile 
>from than, then add your libs with a normal -lyourlib entry.
>
>--
>Nick
>
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