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Re: [vox-tech] gcc and libraries



On Fri, 11 Jan 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> 
> man gcc:
> 
>        -llibrary
>               Use the library named library when linking.
> 
>               The linker searches a standard list of  directories
>               for  the  library,  which  is actually a file named
>               `liblibrary.a'.  The linker then uses this file  as
>               if it had been specified precisely by name.
> 
>               The  directories  searched include several standard
>               system directories plus any that you  specify  with
>               `-L'.
> 
> how can i get a list of what directories are considered "several
> standard system directories" by gcc?   i know the obvious ones.  i'd
> like to get a list of all of them.

gcc --help => gcc -print-search-dirs

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