[ODE] Impossible static linking of libode
iminpla at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 10:36:23 MST 2007
Oh yes! I remember the reason. One day already I forced the link
command and change "-lode" for "-L/usr/local/lib/libode.a". If I
forced, the list of undefined reference floods my shell. For example:
/usr/local/lib/libOgreOde_Core.a(OgreOdeMass.o): In function `dMass':
/usr/local/include/ode/mass.h:92: referencia a `dMassSetZero' sin definir
I don't say one think that i see that its very important: I don't use
ode directly, I use the wrapper OgreOde!!! Possible it is
incompatible the static version of OgreOde libs with the static
version of Ode lib???
On 10/24/07, Andreas Beckermann <b_mann at gmx.de> wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 October 2007, Ivan M wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have been trying to compile/linking statically the libode several
> > days and I don't guess it.
> > I compile/installed ode in my Ubuntu with the --enable-static option,
> > and I have 2 libode - libode.a and libode.so. It seems that the "gcc
> > doesn't see" the libode.a and then link with libode.so dynamically.
> > It is possible to link libode statically with my application? And how?
> > Thanks,
> > Ivan.
> Try to add -Wl,-Bstatic to you gcc linker line before you specify the ODE
> library (and -Wl,-Bdynamic afterwards to "undo" this option)
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