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Also, I'm noting a weird behavior. When I build my app, it will link
to the .dylib unless I delete the libraries from /usr/local/lib and
copy the .a file into my project. In that case, otool does not show a
dependency on the .dylib. However, if I run the app on a machine where
these files exist in /usr/local/lib, it will use the version of the
library from that directory. Why does this happen? How can I avoid
this? I want it to always use my static library.
The easiest thing to do is to not build the dynamic library version at
all. You can often do that with configure scripts by running
'./configure --disabled-shared'. Oh, and delete the /usr/local/lib bit
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