Re: Tcl development conf.
- To: Ignacio =?unknown?q?M=E1s?= Ivars <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: Tcl development conf.
- From: Shaul Karl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 20:24:14 +0200
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- In-reply-to: Message from Ignacio =?unknown?q?M=E1s?= Ivars <email@example.com> "of Thu, 26 Oct 2000 13:37:02 +0200." <E13olLC-0007Xy-00@Caliope>
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> I have a little problem because I am trying to compile something that requires
> the development files of Tcl/Tk. I
> have installed both packages (tcl8.2-dev/tk8.2-dev), but it turns out that the
> configure script of this program
> does not find tcl.h. I have checked that the standard installation of this two
> packages place everything under
> tcl8.2 subdir in /usr/include, so that is why it is not found?
You can use the compiler -I switch.
> How do you
> enable ldconfig to automatically look
> there to find the include files? Is it just a question of making a soft link
> somewhere (for example in
> /usr/local/include?) or there is a more elegant alternative?
Isn't ldconfig meant to be used with bins and you are dealing with src?
> I know that this is so to enable different version of Tcl/tk to be installed,
> but it breaks all the autoconf files in every package I run "configure"...
Perhaps there is a way to tell autoconf where that file is located?
> Thanks in advance for the help!!
> Ignacio Más Ivars
> Department of Teleinformatics - Royal Institute of Technology (KTH/IT)
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Shaul Karl <firstname.lastname@example.org>