Patch for library suffix (Please apply)
monge at sns.it
Mon May 10 19:48:15 BST 2004
Alle Monday 10 May 2004 19:02, hai scritto:
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> On Monday 10 May 2004 10:26, Maurizio Monge wrote:
> > On my platform (amd64) I use the configure option --enable-libsuffix=64.
> > But installing kdelibs, the plugins will go in the "lib64/" subdirs,
> > while the plugin loader will ignore the suffix and look for plugins in
> > the "lib/" subdir.
> It looks ok to me, though,as an amd64 user, I've never even considered
> using the option. Don't you also need a bin64/ then?
No, it's only for libs...
You can put all binaries in /usr/bin and libraries in /usr/lib64,
or at least it works for me on my distro (mandrake).
> Why not use
> --with-libdir instead?
Mh, i admit don't know the exact difference of using those two options,
but i think that if you use --enable-libsuffix=64 instead of
--with-libdir=/prefix/lib64, not only libs will be in /prefix/lib64,
but the configure script will also look for the required libs in
/usr/lib64 /usr/X11R6/lib64, etc
Probably when compiling with "--with-libdir" the true solution may be to set
the value to the libdir relative to prefix, or else if libdir is not set my
patch should be ok...
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