How to link curlpp
Finlay never responded so...
First, I do
git clone https://github.com/jpbarrette/curlpp.git
Now what? (Sorry I have not done this very much)
How do I link CurlPP with a normal C++ program?
lol Sorry for sounding seriously ignorant, because I am in this subject.
Also if a kind soul could explain exactly the
-l flag in ye G++ compiler that would be nice
I have no experience with CurlPP. My guess is that you just need to include the files you need from the
include directory, and then link their counterparts in the
src/curlpp directory. I'm not sure exactly how that library works though, so I can't really help a whole lot right now, but I'll get back to you on it when I learn more!
As for the
-l, that simply links with a library. There's a nice explanation here.
ok, so the way to link a curlPP with a normal c++ program is to make different directors with one curlPP repo on one file, and the other with a
try to test them out. If that doesn't, try installing.