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[directfb-dev] Re: Cross compiling and library probs
Quoting Faralla (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hi, > > we have big problems with cross-compiling directfb-0.9.3 . > The problem is, that always the libraries from the host-system are taken. > For example for libjpeg.so a workaround helped, which is replacing the line > 'sys_lib_search_path_spec="/usr/lib /lib" in libtool to point to the right > directory. > But that does not seem to help with all libs. > > Would it be possible for anyone of you to add something > like --take-libs-from= to configure? libtool voodoo, don' wanna touch 8) > The next problem is, that 'make install' does not work if you install > directfb to some path which will be exported for example via nfs as a > nfsroot. I always have to compile with --prefix=/ and then copy the libs > manually to the nfsroot. > I think the problems lies within the absolute paths which the examples use. > Would it be possible to change the to use relative paths? I can't imagine that relative paths would work, because you can start the binary from any location if it's in PATH. The data isn't installed into the same directory as the binary. > One additional wish I have is to change configure.in to use $target to > specify if iopl is used. $target is set to "NONE" here, I assume that if $target is NONE $host should be examined. Please try the updated configure. -- Denis Oliver Kropp ( convergence ) ( integrated media gmbh ) -- Info: To unsubscribe send a mail to email@example.com with "unsubscribe directfb-dev" as subject.