[Kst] kst2 compilation under linux with headers innon-standard location
Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com
Thu Aug 26 12:11:05 CEST 2010
> Then I set PKG_CONFIG_PATH so pkg-config could find netcdf.pc. Is this
> right way to use pkg, or should I copy netcdf.pc to some other places.
No, that's the right way (at least that's how I've always done in all
those years installing stuff as non-root :-)).
And if you do that, does it work (i.e. can kst compile with the headers
in the "weird" location?
Note that for now I've worked around it, so don't waste too much time on
this issue if we're switching to cmake in the near future. There are
worse problems that affect users (like the key shortcuts not always
working) and are certainly worse.
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