Subject: Re: pkg-src build problems.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Simon Burge <email@example.com>
Date: 12/11/1998 09:55:50
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On Thu, 10 Dec 1998 21:53:08 +0000 Dave Millen wrote:
> Matt Knopp wrote:
> > So, I assume that the packages in pkgsrc have all compiled for
> > someone, and so I figure I am missing something obvious. Anything
> > I try to build that uses the png/jpep/tiff libs often never finds
> > the include files. I've confired that all of the .h files configure
> > looks for are in /usr/pkg/include, and the matching lib files are
> > in /usr/pkg/lib as they should be.
> > Is there some magical enviroment var I need to set to /usr/pkg/include?
> I found this with one or two packages and just put symlinks in /usr/lib and
> /usr/include to point at the actual locations. This allowed the compiles to
Just an idea (that will probably get shot down in flames)...
Is it worth changing the gcc/egcs specs so that /usr/pkg/include (and
perhaps /usr/X11R6/include?) get searched for includes, and the relevent
lib directories for libraries? One obvious problem is if someone
I guess it's a question of high tightly integrated we want the package
(and X11?) stuff. One of the things I liked about the "old way" X
used to work on some systems was how it had the includes installed in
/usr/include/X11 and not some separate sub-directory...