Re: Can't find the library . . .

Malcolm Tredinnick <malcolm commsecure com au> writes:

> On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 22:32, Mario Lang wrote:
>> I am a bit confused why the locally installed libtool version does matter at
>> all.  I am getting the impression that the libtool script used by
>> Gnopernicus is actually generated from, also in Gnopernicus source
>> tree. Why is a change of the locally installed libtool version able to affect
>> the Gnopernicus build process at all? (Note that I am a complete libtool
>> idiot, so this question might be mightily silly).
> This is why I was emphasising that it is important to start debugging
> this from a completely clean checkout. There is no in the
> gnopernicus CVS tree. The script generates a link to your
> system's by running libtoolize.
> Shipped tarballs include the various libtool scripts, but (GNOME) CVS
> modules do not.

OK, sorry for the confusion.  I was actually working with the
0.7.1 tarball, which has included.  It was not immediately obvious
to me that you were refering to a clean CVS tree :-)

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