On Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 2:18:23 AM UTC+7, andrey mirtchovski 
> If you mix dynamic libraries with static ones in the same folder the 
> -L -l trick won't work. a workaround is to softlink the .a files to a 
> separate folder so that the linker doesn't see the .so/.dylib files. 

I found that while -L -l may *appear* to work, the linker may have actually 
found a library with a similar -l name in a system path (e.g. 
/usr/local/lib) and decided to dynamically link against that version 
instead of the required one in the -L path. This may result in build 
success but runtime failure.

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