[PD-dev] pd-lib-builder question (on osx)

Iain Duncan iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 18:16:15 CET 2020

Hey thanks for that, I was aware I was cargo-culting there haha, so the
explanation is much appreciated. :-)


On Wed, Oct 28, 2020 at 9:29 AM IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:

> On 10/28/20 12:09 AM, Iain Duncan wrote:
> > cflags = -I . -L . -l s7
> if this works, then it's only because you somehow managed to have a
> libs7.so (or libs7.a) file lying around, against which it linked.
> afaict, this is not a safe assumption
> gdfmasdr
> IOhannes
> and some more nitpicking:
> i think it's better style to omit the spaces after the -I/-L/-l flags:
> cflags = -I. -L. -ls7
> also the "-I." is only useful if you happen to use includes with
> angled-brackets (e.g. '#include <s7.h>') as opposed to includes with
> quotes (e.g. '#include "s7.h"').
> if you want to include the local header file anyhow (rather than some
> system-installed header of the same name) you should use
> includes-with-quotes rather than add '-I' to the cflags.
> and "-L" and "-l" are really linker flags.
> you should *not* add them to cflags.
> instead of "ldlibs" resp. "ldflags".
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