[sword-devel] Making Progress, but no libsword.so for C# binding

Troy A. Griffitts scribe at crosswire.org
Mon Sep 1 17:37:34 MST 2014

Yes, usrinst.sh configures the build with options most convenient for a SWORD engine developer (well, what I consider most convenient) and that is to build SWORD for static linking so you never accidentally test against some other libsword on your path.

Edit usrinst.sh and have a look at the options at the top. There is one for building SWORD as a shared library.

Glad you got it almost working!


On September 1, 2014 3:33:44 PM MST, Jon Behrens <jbb at crimsonthread.com> wrote:
>Thanks to Troy's help, I've got Sword installed, modules downloaded and
>cmdline example now works.
>I still don't have a libsword.so which is needed for the C# bindings 
>project to run.
>I've got a libsword.la and a libsword.a
>Is there a compiler switch I need to set to generate the .so library?
>Thanks again
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