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ldopts

ldopts

Outputs arguments for linking the Perl library and extensions to your application. When invoked as:

perl -MExtUtils::Embed -e ldopts -
the following options are recognized:

-std

Output arguments for linking the Perl library and any extensions linked with the current Perl.

-I <path1:path2>

Search path for ModuleName.a archives. Default is @INC.

-- <list of linker args>

Additional linker arguments to be considered.

Any additional arguments found before the -- token are taken as the names of modules to generate code for. Can also be called with parameters:

'ldopts($std,[@modules],[@link_args],$path)'
When called this way, returns the argument string rather than printing it to STDOUT. The optional parameters are:

$std

Boolean, equivalent to the -std option.

[@modules]

Array reference, equivalent to adding module names before the -- token.

[@link_args]

Array reference, equivalent to adding linker arguments after the -- token.

$path

Equivalent to the -I option.


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