I have reported a problem before when compiling a shared library that depends on a static library. See http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/libtool/2005-06/msg00170.html AFAIK, this problem has not been solved yet.
In any case, I "solved" this problem by specifying AC_DISABLE_SHARED. However, my own library not only depends on a static library but also on some other libtool libraries (not configured with AC_DISABLE_SHARED) and that also produces incorrect results. In particular, if you configure with AC_DISABLE_SHARED and have an application "main" that (also) depends on some other yet uninstalled libtool library then the application will be linked against the .so version of the library, but libtool will not create a .libs/main or .libs/lt-main and the installed binary will refer to the uninstalled libtool library rather than the installed libtool library. To reproduce, untar the attached tar file and do ./autogen.sh && ./configure && make Please advise on how to solve this conundrum. skimo
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