Re: Compile Pango1.32.6 on micro itron

On Wed, May 01, 2013 at 02:37:56PM -0400, Jasper St. Pierre wrote:
config.h is generated by automake.

Actually, config.h is generated by running ./configure.

You will need to use autoconf / automake

No, you will not need them for normal compilation from tarballs.

The GNU build system is constructed precisely with that goal that such
special tools are only needed on the developer's system, *not* on the
target system where you compile the programs or libraries.

On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 11:41 PM, Phyllis <yihsun817 gmail com> wrote:
And because compile environmet setting, I should build it without using and

What exactly prevents you from running configure?  You don't have
anything like a POSIX shell there and can't have anything like that

So  I put all *.c and *.h of Pango source code into a folder and compile
them with gcc.

This approach might go smoothly for hello-world.  But the build process
of most packages is much more complex.  If you want to replicate it you
must study very carefully what the original Makefiles do.

Where is this config.h? which one I should include?

config.h is generated by configure from and contains all
kinds of information gathered about the system.  You have to fill the
information manually.  It is likely you will need handle similarly
a number of other files.


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