hmm, it looks like my previous reply to this describing a method of creating a static
version (on unix systems at least) apparently didn't reply to the correct thread.
Here it is for reference:
On Dec 15, 2010, at 6:31 PM, Kemin Zhou wrote:
> So After all, it is not a trivial matter to make static version.
> In the past two years I have tried and failed.
> At least, in the readme file, the distribution should mention
> that you just could not make static libs. This will save a lots
> of future attempts.
> By the way, there was one CPP file ssx/genv2.cpp needs the
> #include <cstring>
> line on certain machines.
> If GNU LGPL prevents from making a static library, it is
> quite bad. At lest for testing and development, you might
> want this feature.
> Sebastian Salazar wrote:
>> Curiously I also need a static version of mysql + +, I followed the
>> advice (I added the #include<cstring> to ssx/genv2.h, and modified
>> the line 53 and 139, I change the dll tag for lib, then configure;
>> make; make install without success. It doesn't create the static lib.
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