Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] GnomeMeeting 0.99.0


the pwlib compile fails on the plugins - should i just copy the
appropriate configure files from the main directory into th epluhins


On Tue, 2003-12-09 at 09:49, Damien Sandras wrote:
> Hello to all,
> I have released GnomeMeeting 0.99.0 on the GNOME FTP server so that it
> can be included in the GNOME 2.5 serie of Betas.
> That is still to be considered as Alpha software, and should not be
> released with distributions as it is not a "STABLE" release, but an
> "UNSTABLE" one.
> It requires latest CVS of OpenH323 and PWLib to work, because big
> changes have been done to PWLib in order to support plugins, which are
> now usable by GnomeMeeting.
> You can find GnomeMeeting 0.99 on :
> (soon)
> and OpenH323 snapshots on :
> PWLib can be compiled with:
> ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-plugins && make optshared && make
> uninstall && make install
> OpenH323 can be compiled with:
> ./configure --prefix=/usr && make optshared && make uninstall && make
> install
> GnomeMeeting can be compiled in another prefix, but you have to know
> that libtool will reorganize the order of the -L flags on some
> distributions with a buggy sdl-config. It can lead to linking to the
> wrong libraries. If it is the case, you will have to manually edit the
> Makefile to prevent libraries in /usr/lib to be picked before libs in
> the prefix. If somebody can come with a fix or a workaround to this, I
> will happily accept the patch!
> Enjoy, 

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