Re: libtool breaking up in "make install DESTDIR=$PWD/debian/tmp"
On Tue, 23 Jul 2002 10:25:11 +0200
> [ please Cc: me ]
Why not join in -devel?
> I have a problem with a library I'd considering packaging.
> A single source tarball produces two libraries (call them liba and
> libb). libb depends on liba. Compiling is no problem, but when
> $ make install DESTDIR=$PWD/debian/tmp
> libtool installs liba correctly, but when it goes to install libb it
> dedices it has to relink it (because it was configured for installation
> in /usr/lib but now it's being installed in $PWD/debian/tmp/usr/lib).
> While doing this, it screws up, looses track of libb.so.0.0.1 (yes,
> libb) and bombs out.
> $ ./libtool --version
> ltmain.sh (GNU libtool) 1.4.2 (1.922.2.53 2001/09/11 03:18:52)
> Upstream is using automake 1.6 and that's causing grief when trying to
> regenerate the makefiles, so I can't say for sure if that would fix
> Anyone seen this before?
Try searching -mentors archive for LIBRARY_PATH, or for the title
"Libtool for multiple libs in one source package"
or for Message-ID: <20020626013726.GA8873@localhost>
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