Re: Request for Help: Attal
Eddy Petrișor wrote:
Because they aren't used by other packages. I can't keep up with this
because I keep getting different answers. If I have a lib in /usr/lib,
isn't it also policy that I have to have a lib binary package?
I guess I would call them shared private libs or something? I suppose I
could build it with static libs but the way it's packaged, I think I
might still have the same problems.
Barry deFreese wrote:
I've picked up attal (with permission from the maintainer who is no
longer active). I just injected it today. I've got it mostly
working but I've moved it's shared libraries to /usr/lib/attal and
I'll be damned if I can get rpath to work. I've tried QMAKE_RPATH,
Why do you *want* to use rpath?
Using rpath in Debian is per policy forbidden.
etc to no avail. If any of you have time, I'd appreciate a little help.