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Re: building glib2
On Wed, Jul 08, 2009 at 06:27:53PM +0200, Matthias Drochner wrote:
> prlw1%cam.ac.uk@localhost said:
> > its the one in work.i386/glib-2.20.3 which has the bad quoting.
> So can you try to find out how the newline gets into
> the string? Afaict this is done by "configure". There
> is some sed magic involved, perhaps this is where it
> > How does pkgsrc use its own libtool rather than the package's one?
> If USE_LIBTOOL is defined, occurences of "libtool" are
> replaced by a small wrapper which calls the pkgsrc version.
Not much to report other than:
- glib2 builds fine on another i386, so I'm playing spot the difference.
- configure is run (and fails) before libtool is replaced by the pkgsrc
version.- glib configure.in is odd in that part of beauty of libtool 2 is that
variables are available directly to the configure script without the need
for it to call libtool, yet configure.in uses LT_OUTPUT to create libtool
early for it to be called(!)
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