[SDL] How to..
micah at mindgrasp.com
Mon Dec 16 13:27:00 PST 2002
This is kind of off topic, but I'm just curious about the terms of the
LGPL. If you don't statically link SDL, you distribute your program
with sdl.dll and everyone is happy? You don't have to do anything else,
like give them specific credit or link to their site or anything?
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Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 11:03 AM
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Subject: Re: [SDL] How to..
On Mon, 2002-12-16 at 03:43, marex wrote:
> it doesn't metter what reason I have, I just want to know, how to in
VS6 make one "mege-DLL" or even get rid of any dll by linking them in
> PS. app is some sort of demonstration and I want to decrease a count
of files needed and decrease size of them - I am quite sure, that
somebody will delete some file to see, that without it app doesn't work
Know that when you statically link SDL you must abide by the terms of
the LGPL if you choose to distribute the resulting binary. See your
compiler documentation for instructions on how to statically link
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