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8.3 Building a Shared Library
Building shared libraries portably is a relatively complex matter. For this reason, GNU Libtool (see Introduction in The Libtool Manual) was created to help build shared libraries in a platform-independent way.
|8.3.1 The Libtool Concept||Introducing Libtool|
|8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries||Declaring Libtool Libraries|
|8.3.3 Building Libtool Libraries Conditionally|
|8.3.4 Libtool Libraries with Conditional Sources||Choosing Library Sources Conditionally|
|8.3.5 Libtool Convenience Libraries||Building Convenience Libtool Libraries|
|8.3.6 Libtool Modules||Building Libtool Modules|
|8.3.7 ||Using _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS|
|8.3.8 ||Using $(LTLIBOBJS) and $(LTALLOCA)|
|8.3.9 Common Issues Related to Libtool’s Use|
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