dirk at hohndel.org
Mon Dec 16 16:07:38 UTC 2013
On Tue, 2013-12-17 at 00:28 +0100, Jef Driesen wrote:
> On 17-12-13 00:03, Dazed_75 wrote:
> > Just a reminder that no one has ever provided a fix for the problem
> > originally reported. That being that if one wishes to build
> > libdivecomputer in Linux, the directions provided on
> > http://subsurface.hohndel.org/building/ do not work as the step "autoreconf
> > --install" fails because LT_INIT is referenced in aclocal.m4 and defined
> > (?) in both configure.ac and configure as being "win32.dll" which obviously
> > does not exist in Linux.
> > So ... should that step be left out, changed, or one of those files
> > modified to point at something that DOES exist, or what?
> The instructions are correct. I suspect you do not have libtool installed.
> The win32-dll is windows specific option that is required to convince libtool to
> build a dll. It's ignored on all other platforms.
So the bug at hand may be that we aren't listing libtool as a
dependency? Oh yes, and I know why... we always only listed the
Subsurface dependency and I just with this release dropped the awkward
phrasing we used to have around libusb.
Jef, what else is required?
Debian: libtool autoconf
Fedora: libtool autoconf
(wow, even the same package names)
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