configure IMO broken
daniel at fooishbar.org
Thu Aug 21 08:48:16 BST 2003
On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 10:19:57PM -0500, Russell Miller wrote:
> I almost have a patch ready to fix this issue. Essentially, it
> checks whether the qt-dir and the (lib-config --prefix) are the same.
> If not, it checks for the existence of (lib-config --prefix)/lib/libqt-mt.so.
> If it finds one, it spits out an error at the end of the configure process.
> The error is:
> echo "Some required libraries have been found in a location that is not the"
> echo "same as the qt-dir prefix you have specified, but which contains"
> echo "libqt-mt. This is dangerous because it is possible that"
> echo "a wrong version of libqt-mt may be linked to. This is probably not"
> echo "what you meant to do. Installing kde-support into your prefix"
> echo "directory and running configure again should resolve this problem."
> echo ""
> echo "You may ignore this message and continue with the make process, but you"
> echo "are running the risk of dynamic linking errors (unresolved symbols)"
> echo "and other Bad Things."
> I've just tested it for libxslt and it works flawlessly. Attached is that
> patch. Should be similar for the rest of the dependencies (which I haven't
> done yet).
Really, you want to see if libqt-mt.so is pulled in by *any* -L line, content of
ld.so.conf, or whatever, that isn't $QTDIR (hint: /usr/lib).
Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org>
http://www.debian.org - http://www.kde.org - http://www.freedesktop.org
"Configurability is always the best choice when it's pretty simple to implement"
-- Havoc Pennington, gnome-list
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