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Re: libssh as static lib

Hi, see inline

Andreas Schneider a écrit :
yes, it is. This is the static libary. You know that if you link your code statically with libssh you have to release *your* work under LGPL too.

You don't have to do this if you link dynamically. See


A little clarification. It only matters if you *release* your stuff. If you do, you either have to release under a LGPL 2.1 compatible licence (GPL, LGPL, BSD, Apache, ...) or provide your binaries compiled against a dynamically linked libssh.

It's ok to provide a static version as long as you release the dynamic version together.

Andreas, I was looking in a way to staticaly compile libssh under linux, but did not find the good cmake commandline. Any idea ?



Re: libssh as static libAndreas Schneider <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
libssh as static libRami Fernandes <ramif@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Re: libssh as static libAndreas Schneider <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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