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Re: no DLL when compiling on Windows (mingw)
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 1:42 PM, Vincent Torri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm on Win7 64 bits, trying to compile binutils with MSYS and
> MinGW-w64 (targetting 64 bits). I've dowloaded the snapshot the
> october the 14th.
> opcode and libbfd DLL are not created. I think that the problem is
> that -no-undefined is passed only for cygwin (bfd/configure.in, line
> 557), and not for mingw.
> something like:
> SHARED_LIBADD="-L`pwd`/../libiberty -liberty -L`pwd`/../intl
> -lintl -lkernel32"
> should work.
Normally, -lkernel32 is passed to the linker thanks to libtool and
should not be needed.
I have also forgotten that win32-dll must be passed to LT_INIT. See