On 12/1/2016 6:11 PM, Greg Saunders wrote:
Wow! THANKS for taking the time for such a detailed explanation. That helped tremendously.

I downloaded curl-7.51.0.zip from https://curl.haxx.se/download.html and it all worked beautifully. And I did need

mingw32-make.exe mingw32 CFG=sspi-winssl

so thanks for your forethought in that.

I switched over to libcurl.a, and tried to add the CURL_STATICLIB compiler flag, but the .exe still requires libcurl.dll - is that expected?

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No, that is not expected. I imagine you have some incorrect settings. You should just have one compiler flags entry. I would delete the two you have and start from scratch. There could be instructions on the internet that contradict this but here's what worked for me in Code::Blocks:

Build options > Compiler settings > Compiler Flags > New Flag:

Name: curl static
Compiler flags: -DCURL_STATICLIB
Linker flags: -lcurl -lcrypt32 -lwldap32 -lws2_32
Leave everything else as the default

Build options > Linker settings: There should be no curl entry in 'Link libraries'

Build options > Search directories > Compiler: C:\foo\curl-7.51.0\include

Build options > Search directories > Linker: C:\foo\curl-7.51.0\lib

Now when you build if you look at the verbose output in the build log it should look like this:

mingw32-gcc.exe -Wall -DCURL_STATICLIB -g -IC:\foo\curl-7.51.0\include -c C:\foo\testproj\Test\main.c -o obj\Debug\main.o mingw32-g++.exe -LC:\foo\curl-7.51.0\lib -o bin\Debug\Test.exe obj\Debug\main.o -lcurl -lcrypt32 -lwldap32 -lws2_32

If it still won't work then include the build log output in your reply.

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