[m-users.] Can I put the C standalone interface object file in the mercury library
charles.shuller at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 11:46:40 AEST 2018
Sorry I wasn't clear enough.
I wasn't trying to suggest a change to mmc, just find out if I was about to
do something that would cause intermittent faults, random link errors or
something else irritating.
On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 8:38 PM Julien Fischer <jfischer at opturion.com>
> Hi Charles,
> On Thu, 13 Sep 2018, Charles Shuller wrote:
> > It seems like it would be a bit nicer if the standalone interface
> > object file were added to the mercury library by doing something
> > like:
> > ar rs libmercury_lib.a libmercury_lib_interface.o
> > Will this break something?? It's not clear to me if the interface is
> > kept separate for a good reason or if it just happens to have been
> > implemented that way.
> You are assuming that there is a library in to which the object file
> could be included being built at the same time as the standalone
> interface. While that's true in your case and in the example from
> the samples directory, it isn't neccesarily true in general; the set
> of libraries for which a standlone interface is being generated may
> have alredy been built.
> That said, it would probably be possible to addtionally support
> something along the lines of
> $ mmc --include-standalone-interface --make libmylib
> which would cause the compiler to build the library, generate the
> standalone interface and then include it in the archive or shared
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