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authormidipix <writeonce@midipix.org>2018-03-06 17:56:21 (GMT)
committermidipix <writeonce@midipix.org>2018-03-06 17:56:21 (GMT)
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README: clarify difference between variants (slibtool[-shared|-static]).
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@@ -68,7 +68,9 @@ script; two examples of such packages are `binutils` and `gdb`, which both
have shared library builds disabled by default. A quick way to determine
whether this invocation form is appropriate with a specific package is to
run `./libtool --features` from the build directory, then check whether the
-output has either shared or static library builds disabled.
+output has either shared or static library builds disabled. When slibtool
+is invoked as a basic tool (i.e. slibtool, dlibtool, etc.), then building
+of both a shared library and a static archive is enabled by default.
## Differences from GNU libtool