`On a Windows platform, I'm using GSL 1.8 on storage type "double"
``arguments exclusively, calling routines in two modules:
`
#include "gsl/gsl_sf_gamma.h"
#include "gsl/gsl_sf_result.h"
#include "gsl/gsl_errno.h"
gsl_sf_gamma_e
and in the other
#include "gsl/gsl_matrix_double.h"
#include "gsl/gsl_permutation.h"
#include "gsl/gsl_linalg.h"
gsl_matrix_alloc
gsl_vector_alloc
gsl_linalg_SV_decomp
gsl_vector_free
gsl_matrix_free
gsl_linalg_SV_solve
using libgsl.a and libgslcblas.a to obtain the relevant code.

`When I look in the .map file, I find references to routines whose name
``references many other storage types bound into the executable, such as
``routines whose names start with "_gsl_vector_complex_..." as well as
``another series of the form "_gsl_vector_long_double_...", "..._float_...",
``"...ulong_...", "..._long_...", "..._uint_...", "..._int_...",
``"..._short_...", "..._ushort_...", etc.
`

`As my use of this library is with "double" arguments only, I'm assuming
``that most of the above named routines are not called (maybe I'm wrong
``about that?). If they aren't called, how can I declare my use of GSL
``(config.h?) to limit the routines bound into the executable to just the
``ones it uses?
`--
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