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How do I specify different libraries for a static Qt project?


How do I specify different libraries for a static Qt project?

By : mr23m4n
Date : October 18 2020, 01:08 AM
I hope this helps . I think your qmake definition is a little of. The CONFIG(debug, debug|release) syntax is a special construct, as always both are defined, and this finds out witch build is actually used. For static, thats not the case, so simply define it as:
code :
CONFIG(debug, debug|release ) {
    #debug build
    LIBS += ../third-party-library/debug/library.lib
} else:CONFIG(release, debug|release) {
    static {
        #static release build
        LIBS += ../third-party-library/static/library.lib
    } else {
        #non-static release build
        LIBS += ../third-party-library/release/library.lib
    }
}


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pre-link static libraries for ios project

pre-link static libraries for ios project


By : Opts Guo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
What is the usual way to add static libraries to a C or C++ project?

What is the usual way to add static libraries to a C or C++ project?


By : Gaya Centre Hotel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I am assuming that you want to use the third-party library as-is, without any custom modifications on your side. My answer will also be specific to GNU/Linux but since you're writing your own Makefiles, I assume that this is the relevant platform for you.
While dumping the library into your repository might seem a convenient quick-fix, it is not good practice. Ideally, your repository should only contain hand-written files that your project is responsible for. This keeps a clean separation of concerns.
code :
#! /bin/bash -eu

packages=(foo bar)
declare -A urls
urls['foo']='https://download.foo.org/foo-1.42.tar.gz'
urls['bar']='https://download.bar.org/bar-2.50.tar.gz'

cat <<'EOF' > dependency-checksums.sha1
0beec7b5ea3f0fdbc95d0dd47f3c5bc275da8a33  foo-1.42.tar.gz
62cdb7020ff920e5aa642c3d4066950dd1f01f4d  bar-2.50.tar.gz
EOF

for pkg in "${packages[@]}"
do
    wget "${urls[${pkg}]}" || exit
done

sha1sum --check dependency-checksums.sha1 || {
    echo "ALERT: Verification of package integrity failed.  Stop." >&2
    exit 1
}

for pkg in "${packages[@]}"
do
    ar="${urls[${pkg}]##*/}"
    dir="${ar%.tar*}"
    tar -xf "${ar}"
    ln -s "${dir}/" "${pkg}"
    ( cd "${dir}" && ./configure && make )
done
using static libraries in cmake project

using static libraries in cmake project


By : Mishi Teo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you The best solution to use OBJECT option:
code :
 add_library(myObjects OBJECT a.c b.c)
While using two static library in project, conflict due to class with same name compiled in both static libraries

While using two static library in project, conflict due to class with same name compiled in both static libraries


By : Tony Russell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The answer is one you probably don't want to hear, but you will have to change the name in one of your libraries. Assuming you have access to both libraries that is.
Add OpenSSL static libraries to a vc++ project

Add OpenSSL static libraries to a vc++ project


By : Anuprita Sarkar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I have some problems adding the OpenSSL libraries to my visual vc++ project. , Have you tried including like this:
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