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Post-mortem FYI
SOLVED(?)
1.Both projects ( IDE terminology) works as expected.
NOT REALLY SURE WHY.
2.The “mother” executable - project has -lbluetooth -lRPI_BT_LIB, but ONLY
-L "${workspace_loc:/RPI_BT_LIB/Debug}" optioned.
3. There are NO references / options to “bluetooth” in RPI_BT_LIB, only source includes.
3. Adding “bluetooth” as per this ( no -l or -L !)
other
An object file to be fed straight into linking. Any file name with no recognized suffix is treated this way.
Creates “cannot find ...” error
4. Adding “/usr/…/bluetooth” creates “ did not link ...” error but has no effect on processing.
(It was pointed out that GCC was not optioned to link )
5. running “make clear” idefinites full library file name - “libRPI_RT_LIB.a”
6. Using “standard IDE” ( I am calling IDE UI form "standard" ) to build type .a library gives NO linking options, however building .so gives ALL options.
7. Using “standard IDE form” to build a project – executable or library – creates “system” default includes.
NOT sure if they are used only for source or linking libraries.

As far as I can tell this whole mess was because I could not tell if I was using
wrong GCC options
or
wrong syntax

It was NEVER about (-l / -L ).


The unanswered question remains - how does the RPI_BT_LIB library manages to use "bluetooth" library.
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