Re: compiling mico, libmicoaux

On 28 Mar 1998, Juri P Pakaste wrote:
> I'm trying to compile GNOME from CVS. I read about the circular
> dependency stuff with mico, but I hit the libmicoaux requirement even
> if I don't run configure with --enable-gtk. This is what happens if I
> just run ./ && make:
> c++  -DCPP=\"/usr/bin/cpp\" -I. -I../include -I/home/jurip/files/gnome-cvs/mico/./include/ministl -O   -fno-exceptions -fexceptions -O0 -L. -L../orb -L/usr/local/lib -rdynamic -L../auxdir main.o ../ir/ir_impl.o -lidl -lmico2.0.5 -lreadline -lncurses -ltermcap -lfl -ldl -lelf -lnsl -lm  -lmicoaux2.0.5  -o idl
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot open -lmicoaux2.0.5: No such file or directory
> So, what now?

As a temporary fix, you can either just cut and paste the command and
remove the "-lmicoaux2.0.5" when this happens, or you can create an
effectively empty library (just compile an empty C source file and
add the object) called "libmicoaux2.0.5.a" and put it in auxdir.

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