hhmmm... i have a case where I very much need a single exe file, no DLLs.
I did a little research and found the following:
The LGPL explicitly permits linking to proprietary code
(and it doesn't matter whether that linking is static or dynamic).
If you've modified the library, you must make the source for the
modified version available, but that's about it.
This is the discussion I'm reading it from.http://mailman.uclinux.org/pipermail/uclinux-dev/2007-December/044997.html
Since SFML is a library which it's self is meant to be linked to and not an end program, it is essentially already "re-linkable" which precludes you form having to worry about section 6a as talked about in that post.
Sounds like as long as you aren't Modifying OpenAL you're in the clear.
If this turns out to be fact, could you then provide us with versions which statically link to the 2 audio DLLs?
Or I suppose I could do it on my own for this project *grown*
Maybe for 1.4 *hint* *hint*