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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      libtool: · 8e3a102f
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
       - Don't link builtins against anything (dependencies are linked in libvlc)
       - Don't mangle name of underlying libraries
      8e3a102f
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      - Build libvlc from src/ rather than top · be62d282
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
        so that it is cleanly built before all modules
        (step toward buildable shared libvlc on Win32)
      - Don't build position dependant code when building shared libvlc
        (that was a big waste of time)
      - Link builtin modules with vlc rather than libvlc
      be62d282
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      ooups · 486667b3
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      486667b3
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      - Seemingly fix linking of plugins with shared libvlc on Win32 · 7a79cede
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      - Hopefully the same on Darwin
      
      !!! BIG FAT WARNING !!!
      On architectures where you need to resolve all symbols when
      linking a shared library, libvlc must be built before the plugins, so
      that they can resolve symbols from the libvlc API. Also, the "builtins"
      must be built before libvlc (regardless of the architecture or use of
      shared libvlc). However, our build system currently builds all modules,
      whether builtins or plugins, then libvlc and then vlc.
      
      Obviously, we could swap the build orders, so that libvlc gets built
      before modules/ but that will only work if there is no buitins modules.
      I'm not too keen on the idea of recursing twice within the modules/
      subdirectories (once for builtins, and once for plugins). Until the
      issue is settled, here is how to build and test the shared libvlc on
      Win32:
      
      1/ run configure with --enable-shared-libvlc
      2/ build all built-in modules (or disable them all) one by one,
      3/ make libvlc.dll
      4/ make
      
      7a79cede
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