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Old 13th September 2007, 06:49 AM
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how to build static library .a using .so and .o for gnash

hi
i had version gnash7,i had all libraries as .so,so now i want to build a static library as .a so tht i can run gnash using this static ,

can any one help how to build gnash so tht it should run using static libraries

urgent can any one help me
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