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Re: Static link trouble

From: Paul Pluzhnikov
Subject: Re: Static link trouble
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 06:48:00 -0700
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"Salvatore Di Fazio" <> writes:

> I would like to build a version of my software with all the libraries
> linked in static mode.

Extremely bad idea(TM) [unless your taget is some embedded system].

> I tried with the following command:
> g++ -static -L/some/path/for/the/libstdc++.a -LACE

That command line is completely bogus.

You are telling g++ to look for libraries in the following


and then don't supply any libraries at all.

In addition, you didn't supply any object files for 'g++' to link.

> but I recevied the following errors:
> undefined reference to 'std::basic_string ...' ....
> undefined reference to 'operator new' ....

Which version of g++, and on what OS?

On Linux, I get:

$ g++ -static -L/some/path/for/the/libstdc++.a -LACE
g++: no input files

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