Programming :: Static Link SDL?

Jun 13, 2010

I have made a very simple program in SDL that draws one image four times on a window.However I wanted it to be statically linked so the end user wouldn't have to install SDL and SDL-image in order to get the program working.

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Programming :: Link Static Libraries With Gcc

Oct 15, 2010

I am stuck with a problem to link static libraries with gcc. There is no problem with source files since I am able to compile in a machine where the static library is installed. I am compiling with the following: Code: :~/Emotion/pjproject-1.0.3/third_party 157% gcc -Wall -I/portaudio/include -o rec patest_record.c -L./lib -lportaudio-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu


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Programming :: Warning: This System Can Not Link To Static Lib Archive

Jan 27, 2010

I'm trying to link 'aubio' (a lib) and its failing on one of ts dep's with this error.


$ make
Making all in src
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/John/Externals/aubio/aubio-0.3.2/src'
make all-am


"Warning: This system can not link to static lib archive /usr/local/lib/libff"

I've configured/make/make installed fftw and its doing just fine in the usr/lib folder, so I'm at a loss at how to fix this. Do I need to build fftw again using some kind of shared make switch? I couldn't find any referance about that.

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Programming :: Java Non-static Variable Cannot Be Referenced From A Static Context

Feb 12, 2010

I'm having some problems on the line with ***. This is from a class file and I'm trying to update EmprestadorView's variables.
public class EmprestadorView extends FrameView {
public class OpenEntidade extends javax.swing.JFrame {


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Programming :: Link Directories - Symlink Not Updated / Hard Link Not Supported?

Sep 6, 2010

In the ordering of files I keep I need links to directories. Sometimes I even need to move directories to new locations. I have tried using symlinks, but they become dead when I move the directory they point to. I have tried hard links, but I haven't found any Linux file system that would support hard linked directories. How can I achieve that a complex structure of directories (currently with symlinks for directories and hard links for files) keep symlinks live when directories are moved?

- is there any utility that updates symlinks when a directory is moved?

- is there any Linux filesystem that supports hard linked directories?

- is there any good Linux interface to the new NTFS (the only file system I know to support automatically updating directory links, called directory junctions)?

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Programming :: Use Of Static Elements In Cpp?

May 27, 2010

i've got certain functions now declared as static and their being used as pointers. So, moving on I then added a variable which so happened to be used in both static and non static functions. Here's some testbed code, the variable in question is 'window':

//g++ -Wall -I/usr/include/ -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lX11 -lXi -lXmu -lglut -lGL -lGLU -lm main.cpp -o run
#include <GL/glut.h>
#include <stdlib.h>


In short, I can't see the point of using a class to wrap all of this. Never having been taught programming i'm unsure as to the best method for structuring an application like this. Should (would you design) this initial section be a class?

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Programming :: Add A Static Library To Own Static Library?

Mar 31, 2010

To create a static library, or to add additional objectiles to an existing static library, I can use a command like this:ar rcs my_library.a file1.o file2.oBut how to add an existing static library to my own static library. I have created my own static library using the command above and want to link against the library libuuid.a (placed in /usr/lib/).

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Programming :: GCC Static Linking Error ?

Jun 10, 2010

There's a problem with static linking (and no problems with dynamic linking).

Here's my code:


And makefile rule:


That's dynamic linking. And it works perfectly. If i use static linking


There is an undefined reference error:


As nm shows there's a symbol named BuzzerInit in static library.

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Programming :: (PHP) Dynamic Or Static Content Generation

May 12, 2011

My project looks like this:

The Team [no-page]
Projects [no-page]
-Coding [no-page]
-Desing [no-page]
-Security [no-page]

Note: the Code/Design/Security projects pages (A,B,C,D...) will be at start around 35 pages, and will grow. My index.php is something like this:
PHP Code: .....

What I would like to know is how to build the content (the home-main.php)? Do it dynamically based on a link something like this index.php?page=coding_b, and put in the index.php page a number of 35 if/else statements to cover all the project pages or ... static, creating every page for the projects menu when I create the menu? I check if a page 'pro-co-a.php' exists, if not I create it based on some template and do the query to get the content from db or? How to organize the pages, if using static page?

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Programming :: C++ - Initializing Static Member Array?

Jun 7, 2011

The code below defines an array of structures in a class. I would like this to be a Static array and then initialize the array in a initialization method. I understand that initialization lists are the way to go but due to the size and complexity of the array I plan on using (the example below is a simple snippet that illustrates the problem) I would like to use the initialization method. However, I cant even get this thing to compile. The error says the reference to the ArrayOfStructs in the initialization routine is undefined.


P.S. This is the error message

undefined reference to `ClassWithStaticArray::ArrayOfStruts'

class ClassWithStaticArray {
struct IntegerStruct


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Programming :: Cmake - Unable To Add Object To Static Lib

Nov 3, 2010

I'm creating a static lib via cmake,and when I view the .a binary file with less/more/cat I see functions from my time_tools.c, but not my other_api.c The directories structure is:




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Programming :: Compiling Binaries With Static Linkers

Sep 3, 2010

I am trying to compile certain Linux general utilities like ls, lsof, ping, netstat with static linkers and not sure how do that. Does any one aware how to compile the application with statically rather than dynamically.

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Programming :: Default Library - Static Or Shared?

Aug 27, 2009

My code needs to link to some libraries. In my project file, I specify linker to link to abc library, for example. By default, does gcc link to libabc.a or ? What if I really need to specify static or shared, how do I do that?

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Programming :: Static Linker With Make Configure

Oct 2, 2010

I need to compile a program and make it portable to other computers, but it needs some external libraries and I don't want them to be linked dynamically, I would like to compile them as one single executable or at least compile them in the same directory as the main output files. The program is sphinx>, it has its own configure and make scripts. I know I can run g++ with the -static flag, but I don't know how to do this with make or configure. This is the ./configure --help output


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Programming :: What Is Static Inline Void Tvec_base

Aug 27, 2010

I was going through a file known as linux-2.6.34/kernel/timer.c and found following code.

static inline void
timer_set_base(struct timer_list *timer, struct tvec_base *new_base)
timer->base = (struct tvec_base *)((unsigned long)(new_base) |

I want to understand what is it doing. What is the meaning of static inline in above? I searched and came across


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Programming :: How To Link To Different APIs

Apr 21, 2010

I decided, as a project of mine, to create a small computer that could link up to a small display. Because the computer is very low-powered, guess what OS I decided to use? Linux... Ubuntu to be specific.Anyway, I come from using Xcode on OSX (very user-friendly compiler) and some tools for GUI and scripting development. That's where the problem comes in.I know C++, but I do not know how specifically Linux handles programming. I have the GCC compiler installed, and I know the terminal command to compile, but I have a few questions:

1. How do I link to different APIs (like OpenGL)
2. When I compile multiple files, do I compile the main .cpp/.cc file? Or is there a project file I use.
3. Is there a way to make GUIs easily in Linux? I was looking at the 'QT 4' tools.
4. What do the 'QT 4' tools do specifically?
5. Any good IDE? I am using 'Kate' at the moment, but I am not sure how it compares to other programs.
6. Any other tips? Pitfalls to watch out for? Hints to program quicker? Other software I could use?

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Programming :: Addition Of A Static Library(libtimer.a) In Makefile?

Feb 10, 2010

The following is my Makefile, I wanted to add a staic library named libtimer.a. I'm using the following Makefile. Please let me know how to add this static library:



all:gcc -Wall -lrt -lm -pthread usbserialapp.c usbserialinit.c environ.c -o usbserial

It produces "usbserial" executable.

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Programming :: Compile Static Libcurl Library Under Windows ?

Jun 3, 2009

I have been working on this for a long time.

I could get the static libcurl library ( a "libcurl.lib" file and a "curl.h" file), which supposed to be working under Windows.

Yet I tried Visual c++ 6.0 but it wasn't working at all.

Some idea on that ? I don't mind to try MinGW and Dev C++ if it will really work. (Cygwin is not good since it require client to have cygwin.dll in run-time folder).

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Programming :: Define A Static Member In A Template Class?

Oct 6, 2009

i have trouble to define a static member in a template, and i search from google, but didn't find any similar case, my case is a little complex, i paste the code below.code in xxx.h

template <class T> class FreeListManager


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Programming :: Looking For Tools For Static / Dynamic Code Analysis

Sep 11, 2010

I am currently looking for tools for static/dynamic code analysis for embedded Linux system development (both device driver and user space apps). We will use Eclipse IDE and C++ lanuage. I hope the tools are easy-to-use, reliable, popular, better with good supports, and not-too-expensive. I already find a list of tools at WiKi, however, I don't have time to try them all. Could anyboy please recommend me a few? If you can tell me briefly about their pros and cons, that will be the bet.

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Programming :: GCC Linker Failed To Link ?

Apr 7, 2011

In linking a library in using GCC.

I am compiling Pro*C code.

When the maKe file start compiling if prints following :


I tried different options but unable to find the reason why it is not linking the libraries correctly.

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Programming :: Link A C Application Using Glib 2.0?

Mar 29, 2009

I never had to use anything more than -l , -lm , -c ,-o.It was only through dev documentation that I came across glib. Now I want to to compile and link a program with glib.

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Programming :: Write C++ Progrms And Link Them To Tcl?

Dec 16, 2010

how to a write c++ progrms and link them to tcl. I.e if I want to implement a protocol of my own. I tried but lot of errors appear. In response to( file not included errors) i added proper paths of header files in (#include)my c++ file only to get many more errors.I tried also with marc greis tutorial 7th chapter ping protocol program also with same result. Even compiling a small c++ program is also difficult. Please anyone tell me the steps to be followed how to a write c++ progrms and link them to tcl. I.e if I want to implement a protocol of my own.

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Programming :: Can Static-built C Program Run On System Without Libc Installed?

Sep 13, 2010

Okay, just wanted to be perfectly clear on this point... /static/ software builds don't link to /any/ shared libs, right? I.e., can a static-built C program run on a system without a libc installed?

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Programming :: Capture Link Values With Cgi Script

Mar 23, 2010

I'm creating my personal site in HTML/CSS and Perl/CGI. I have a list of links:

<a name="link1" href="/cgi-bin/script.cgi">value1</a>
<a name="link2" href="/cgi-bin/script.cgi">value2</a>
<a name="link3" href="/cgi-bin/script.cgi">value3</a>
<a name="link4" href="/cgi-bin/script.cgi">value4</a>
<a name="link5" href="/cgi-bin/script.cgi">value5</a>

I want capture values of "value*" in <a> tags with script.cgi.

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Programming :: Link A Code In C++ With Tinyxmldll Library

Jul 1, 2010

i am trying to link a code in C++ with tinyxmldll library:


master out # ls -la
total 1388
drwx------ 2 root root 4096 May 10 14:02 .
drwx------ 6 root root 4096 Apr 5 08:35 ..


When i link, i get 'undefined reference' error:


master hneat # make nt
g++ -g -DTIXML_USE_STL -DHCUBE_NOGUI -fPIC -I./hneat -L./hneat -I/home/niko/hyperneat3/HyperNEAT_v3_0/JGTL/include/ -I/home/niko/hyperneat3/HyperNEAT_v3_0/tinyxmldll/include/ -I./Experiments -I../ -I./ -L/home/niko/hyperneat3/HyperNEAT_v3_0/tinyxmldll/out/ -L/usr


The problem is, the symbols contain weird characters. How do I tell g++ that it should ignore these characters and link the functions correctly?

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Programming :: Link Mobility File With Tcl Script?

Apr 26, 2011

i want know how to link mobility file with tcl script? i tried with set val(sc) "test" but getting error message like

[root@localhost example]# ns box.tcl
setting initial variables...
setting other default settings...
removing unecessary packet headers...


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Programming :: HTML: Make A Link That Goes Absolutely Nowhere?

Jul 29, 2010

I need to make a link that goes absolutely nowhere, since it has an onclick event that uses javascript to show/hide content. It needs to look like a standard link and the mouse needs to change to the finger cursor like a standard link.

The following all don't work:


<a href="#" onclick="show_element('jetshop')">Read more...</a>
- moves to the top of the page.
<a href="" onclick="show_element('jetshop')">Read more...</a>


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Programming :: Link One Library Statically Others Dynamically - Gcc - G++

Jul 6, 2011

I would like to make gcc to link one lib (pthread in the example) statically, and the rest dynamically.

(See the example .c file at the end of this post.)

compiles fine, but every lib is linked dynamically.

Now every lib is linked statically

Not a dynamic executable

I would like to link the libpthread statically and the rest dynamically. Is it possible?

[url]says if I give the full path to the .a lib then it will be linked statically:

So for me it does not work.

On other sites I found that I should use -Wl,-Bstatic -lpthread -Wl,-Bdynamic, but it also doesn't work:

So, how can I do that?

Machine: Linux #1 SMP Mon Jul 28 13:06:32 UTC 2008 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux SLED 10

As an example I used a little demo program from [url]

Here is the code:

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Programming :: Proposal For Symbolic Link Technology?

Sep 12, 2010

Consider that symbolic links at times can be broken. The target reference can be lost or misplaced. As such, usage of a symbolic link becomes deterred or broken. I propose the following: Symbolic links from now on carry a checksum relating to the original file they are linked to. The original file will carry a property that checks if it has been changed. This property will figure out the new checksum, reconfigure the symbolic link, and continue the symbolic link. Furthermore, if the system were to change, there would exist the possibility of have a symblink-comparison feature that allows the user to check the entire filesystem for files that meet the checksum criteria so that symbolic links can once more be re-established.

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