Re: rep-gtk 0.18.6 on x86-64 doesn't create an RPM

Christopher Roy Bratusek wrote:
Am Montag, den 04.05.2009, 10:44 -0600 schrieb Michal Jaegermann:
On Mon, May 04, 2009 at 06:02:50PM +0200, Christopher Roy Bratusek wrote:
Am Montag, den 04.05.2009, 09:51 -0600 schrieb Michal Jaegermann:
On Mon, May 04, 2009 at 04:24:07PM +1000, Allan Duncan wrote:

Some other snippets from the BUILD directory are attached to help
those who understand the runes decipher the error.  I could use a
brute force hard coded libdir, but that is cheating.
Just looking at that this appears to be wrong.  'libdir' should be set
to an expansion of %{_libdir} and for x86_64 this is not /usr/lib.
That shows in rep-gtk.pc and Makefile.
libdir is set to @libdir@ in all .in files, so I don't get why it's not
I really do not know.  That was only a comment on a posted
fragments.  Only somehow 'libdir=${exec_prefix}/lib' sneaked in.
That does not look like a substitution of '@libdir@'.

check the .in files @libdir@ is set correctly. can't image what's
happening ....

well as a work-around you could pass --libdir=${_libdir} to %build's

... well Teika said it works now for him (or her?).
A branch with fixes vs. what was released?  Just guessing ...


Nope the fix got into trunk and that's what has been released

The bit that puzzles me is that it works for the /rep/ bits, but not for
the pkgconfig bits, I haven't found where that happens. The lib64 bit I
get comes from "repexecdir", so an equivalent lib is needed for pkgconfig.

                  ,REP_EXECDIR="`pkg-config --variable=repcommonexecdir librep`"
                  REP_CFLAGS="`pkg-config --cflags librep`"
                  ,AC_MSG_ERROR([can't locate librep]))

From configure
REP_EXECDIR="`pkg-config --variable=repcommonexecdir librep`"

repexecdir= REP_EXECDIR@

From Makefile

So this translates to "put the rep-gtk stuff wherever you found librep".
Now I've got some idea of how lib64 gets into the rep parts, I'll pursue pkgconfig.
Presumably we need a "pkgconfiglibdir", pity pkgconfig doesn't have its own pkgconfig.pc

Learning more internal build matters than I really want to know in my retirement.

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