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Makefile shared library g++

I'm having trouble with my makefile, I'm trying to code a shared library to be used by another program

*EDIT* Found the solution:
CC = g++
MODULES= readconfig.o ReadConfigLib.o
RCLOBJECTS= ReadConfigLib.cpp readconfig.cpp configDefinitions.h readconfig.h ReadConfigLib.h readconfig.h configDefinitions.h
LDFLAGS = -Wl,-rpath,/usr/lib
LIBS = -L/usr/local/lib -lReadToueiConfig


#readconfig.o: $(RCOBJECTS)
	#$(CC) -fPIC -o readconfig $(RCOBJECTS) $(MODULES)
	$(CC) -shared $(MODULES) -o

readconfig.o: $(RCLOBJECTS)
	$(CC) -O2 -fpic -c readconfig.cpp -o readconfig.o

ReadConfigLib.o: $(RCLOBJECTS)
	$(CC) -O2 -fpic -c ReadConfigLib.cpp -o ReadConfigLib.o

	cp /usr/local/lib

	wc *.c *.cc *.C *.cpp *.h *.hpp

	rm -f *.o
	rm -f

.PHONY: all
.PHONY: count
.PHONY: clean
.PHONY: install

Last edited by james2432; 12-16-2009 at 08:19 PM.. Reason: Found solution, you may delete if mods think its worth deleting

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