RPATH for installed binaries ?

André Wöbbeking Woebbeking at onlinehome.de
Sat Feb 18 09:04:42 GMT 2006

On Saturday 18 February 2006 02:25, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> On Friday, 17. February 2006 21:32, David Faure wrote:
> Anyway: the point is that RPATH provides a level of convenience (and
> a level of safety because users typically do install equally
> versioned shared objects in multiple paths quite frequently) that can
> solve a lot of trouble. Thats why RPATHs are on by default on KDE 3.x
> branches (and you can't even turn them off).

I don't know how I should work without RPATH as I've two KDEs based on 
BIC Qts.

On the other side I've big problems with RPATH right now on my 
Debian/AMD64 box as wrong pathes sneak in (caused by libtool or broken 

> So this needs to be configurable.

You mean anything like --disable-rpath :-)


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