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I am learning jquery and I think for the most part I have the basics down. One of the things that I am attempting to do is to create cookies using the jquery cookie plugin. The idea is that I want to replace as much of the javascript in my code as possible with jquery to see the difficulties in doing it one way or the other.

As easy as it seems to be able to create a cookie using the plugin I have not been able to do some successfully and the only thing that I can think of is the way that I am submitting my parameters is not correct. So with that, here is is my code:


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The highlighted line is the problem. I get this error:

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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

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Here is the code:

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I am trying to write an irc bot to run interactive fiction games in a channel. I am connecting to the channel using nc. I'm having a hell of a time trying to supply input stdin for nc after the connection is established. Here's what's going on. I've got lines of plain text in a file with the irc commands required to identify the bot's ID and join the channel. I can connect easily using any of the following commands

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With the first two commands nc connects, reads the file with some time between each line allowing the irc server to respond, bringing me into the channel. It then begins to receive stdin from the command line allowing me to do things like "privmsg #channelname :Hello World!!!" sending messages to the room. This is not the desired behavior. I require nc to take additional stdin from the inputfile if I cat additional text to the end of it.

The last set of commands using the named pipe seem like it does the same, but it doesn't actually send anything to the room, which indicates to me that perhaps nc is continuing to take stdin from the named pipe (this is the desired behavior) rather than dropping to the console for stdin. If I try to cat more plain text data to the end of the named pipe, however, either with something like "echo 'privmsg #channelname :Hello World!!!' > Named_Pipe" (or >> instead of >) or with a filename in place of the "echo" command the whole command simply seems to hang until I press ctrl-C.

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