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Old 01-18-2020
I meant static library and archive are different names for *.a files, but not clear the options to the *.a files and *.so files in the command line for my sample code.
I'm so sorry for the confusing wording, I'd better open another thread with a new example.
Thank you so much for your discussion!

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xft-config(1)						      General Commands Manual						     xft-config(1)

NAME
xft-config - report Xft version, compiler, linker, and/or installation directory information SYNOPSIS
xft-config { --exec-prefix[=local_prefix] | --prefix[=local_prefix] | --cflags | --libs } ... xft-config --version DESCRIPTION
xft-config reports information of interest to users and developers about the installed version of the X FreeType library, Xft(3). Depend- ing on how it is invoked, xft-config reports the installed version of Xft, the compiler and linker flags that are required to successfully compile and link C (or C-compatible) code that uses the library, and/or the directories used by the GNU Autotools to install its files. Note that if the system's installed version of Xft came from an OS vendor or other third party, the actual location of its files may differ from those reported by xft-config. The system adminstrator can also relocate Xft's files. If invoked without any arguments, xft-config will print a usage message on standard error and exit. OPTIONS
--cflags Report the compiler flags that are required to compile code that uses Xft symbols. --exec-prefix[=local_prefix] If specified without the parameter local_prefix, report the file specification prefix that Xft uses for installation of executable files. If local_prefix is specified, it is used instead of the file specification prefix used for installation of executable files by Xft and the value of the option argument specified with --prefix, if any, when compile and linker flags are reported (with --cflags and --libs, respectively). --libs Report the linker flags that are required to link code that uses Xft symbols. --prefix[=local_prefix] If specified without the parameter local_prefix, report the file specification prefix that Xft uses for installation of files. If local_prefix is specified, it is used instead of the file specification prefix used for installation of files by Xft when compile and linker flags are reported (with --cflags and --libs, respectively); also see --exec-prefix. --version Report the version of the Xft library installed on the system and exit. OPERANDS
xft-config does not recognize any non-option arguments. At least one option must be specified. EXIT STATUS
0 Information was successfully reported. 1 xft-config was invoked with invalid arguments, or no arguments at all. AUTHOR
xft-config was written by Keith Packard. This manual page was written by Branden Robinson. SEE ALSO
Xft(3) Xft Version 2.1.13 xft-config(1)

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