The CC driver links in shared versions of several libraries by default, including libc and libm, by passing a -llib option for each of the default libraries to the linker. (See 12.2.3 Default C++ Libraries for the list of default libraries for compatibility mode and standard mode.)
If you want any of these default libraries to be linked statically, you can use the -library option along with the –staticlib option to link a C++ library statically. This alternative is much easier than the one described earlier. For example:
example% CC test.c -staticlib=Crun
In this example, the -library option is not explicitly included in the command. In this case the -library option is not necessary because the default setting for -library is Cstd,Crun in standard mode (the default mode).
Alternately, you can use the -xnolib compiler option. With the -xnolib option, the driver does not pass any -l options to ld; you must pass these options yourself. The following example shows how you would link statically with libCrun, and dynamically with libm, and libc in the Solaris 8, or Solaris 9 operating systems:
example% CC test.c– xnolib– lCstd– Bstatic– lCrun– Bdynamic– lm– lc
The order of the -l options is important. The– lCstd,– lCrun, and -lm options appear before -lc.
Some CC options link to other libraries. These library links are also suppressed by -xnolib. For example, using the -mt option causes the CC driver to pass -lthread to ld. However, if you use both–mt and –xnolib, the CC driver does not pass-lthread to ld. See A.2.149 –xnolib for more information. See Linker and Libraries Guide for more information about ld.