is there a way to build a standalone DLL (i.e. one that doesn't
require GCCxxx.DLL and LIBC06x.DLL) using the GCC4 toolset ?
Ruediger "Rudi" Ihle [S&T Systemtechnik GmbH, Germany]
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set GCCOPT=-static-libgcc will remove the requirement for gccxxx.dll.
Unluckily the static version of libc06x is broken.
.. and is makes all sources in use GPL
It is better to close your mouth, and look like a fool,
than to open it, and remove all doubt.
All the source that is included has a linking exception. We checked
pretty close before including it in Mozilla, even had to get Knut to
relicense his code.
Besides according to the FSF linking against a DLL is no different then
linking against a static lib.
> set GCCOPT=-static-libgcc will remove the requirement for gccxxx.dll.
> Unluckily the static version of libc06x is broken.
Thanks, Dave. I'll give that a try to get at least rid of GCC442.DLL.