Help for someone just learning c++ and linux
Anonymous bin Ich
ichbinanon at gmail.com
Tue Feb 8 15:52:16 CET 2011
On 02/08/2011 04:06 AM, Patrick wrote:
> I am have successfully compiled taglib into a directory of my choice, using ./configure --prefix='/home/taglib, so I have a directory in /home which has /taglib/bin lib include. So when I create my .cpp script where should I put it, and when I am ready to create a binary of my script, what should my g++ compile command look like based on my dir setup?
> btw the I have tried the g++ commands in the commented first lines in the example files, but I always get an error from g++ stating it cannot find the .h files.
> Anyones help would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks for a great script!
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By the way, this has nothing to do with taglib, so you should ask this
question at linuxquestions.org or some such. Now that being said, here
is a pointer for you:
There are some standard locations where you may install taglib (or any
other package for that matter).
/usr is THE location. Your package manager (apt-get, emerge etc.)
installs here by default.
/usr/local is where you install something you don't want your package
manger to mess up with it. Package mangers never touch anything inside
If you don't have root permission, you can install taglib in your home
directory. (To do this, you will need to run "./configure --prefix=$HOME".)
Packages are meant for users, and not meant to be a user themselves.
Don't ever install a package in /home/ as you have done (/home/taglib ? No!)
I suggest you install taglib in /usr/local (./configure
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