I know how to link a 3rd party library like SFML with Code::Blocks, but i like to use Vim for most of my coding. So what do i have to do to link a library such as SFML or Qt4 manually so I wouldn't have to for example: link the library with every IDE, or a simple text editor?
I have googled, but i am not sure what to google, like what is static linked and dynamically linking that i keep returning on a google search?
I'm not sure if this is right, but if you want to link SFML/anything with Code::Blocks/anything, then you have to go to compiler settings and create a directory for where the SFML/anything is residing. Or you could just copy SFML/anything N times to N different include folders. Either way should work.
EDIT: You could also include the libraries' path. on the program you are writing. That is probably the fastest way to do it.