I rebuilt the libraries from a clean copy of the source and now I am 
finding all of the files that I need.


On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 1:21:12 PM UTC-5, Doug Lewis wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion Josh!
> I tried executing the make in the src directory and it completes 
> successfully but I'm not sure I trust the .la files it created, they are 
> only 923 bytes in size.
> Regards,
> Doug
> On Friday, March 17, 2017 at 7:18:47 PM UTC-5, Josh Haberman wrote:
>> Try:
>> $ cd src && make libprotobuf.la libprotobuf-lite.la
>> I can't guarantee it will compile without fork(), but it should avoid 
>> compiling the compiler!
>> On Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 2:01:43 PM UTC-7, Doug Lewis wrote:
>>> I'm going to be using protocol buffers on an embedded system using 
>>> uClinux.  I need to build the C++ libraries using the cross-compiler but 
>>> *not* build the protoc compiler, I will compile the proto files on my 
>>> Ubuntu host.  If I use the package from git it builds both the protoc 
>>> compiler and the libraries.  Due to issues with uClinux, i.e. does not 
>>> support 'fork', the compiler will not build using the full build process 
>>> when configured for the cross-compiler.
>>> How do I build just the C++ libraries?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Doug

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