Warren Young wrote:
> Try --disable-shared.
> I hope you realize that doing this means you must license your program
> under the GPL or LGPL, if you give the binary to people outside your
Still no luck, I just get the shared library.
My program is for my own academic purposes, so there's no worry about
licensing here. My issue is that I'm running it on a high-performance
linux cluster that has a "no dynamic linkage" policy, so I'm restricted
to only using static libs.
Could I suggest making the static library part of the "devel" rpm? I'm
sure that I'm not the only one who needs static libs from time to time.