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    Build shared library when linking executables dynamically · 2976fef4
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    Dynamically linking executables will fail without a shared library
    unless the executables do not depend on the library or there is no
    library. If there is no library, building shared libraries comes at no
    cost. If there is a library, the executables usually depend on it, so it
    makes sense to --enable-shared.
    If the user passes --disable-shared, it will still be honored, but a
    warning will be produced.