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Re: Problem of: variable `main_SOURCES' is defined but no program or lib
Re: Problem of: variable `main_SOURCES' is defined but no program or library has `main' as canonical name (possible typo)
Fri, 26 Feb 2010 22:43:53 +0800
Thank you Ralf,
The problem solved. I made a mistake:
bin_PROGRAS = main
it should be:
bin_PROGRA*M*S = main
Thank you very much!
2010/2/26 Ralf Wildenhues <address@hidden>
> * Mi Yang (杨觅) wrote on Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 02:51:14PM CET:
> > Actually I know the rules of Makefile.am. But it just don't wokr as I
> > expected.
> > My core/Makefile.am looks like this:
> > bin_PROGRAMS = main
> > main_SOURCES = filemain.cpp
> > Then it returned the error msg.
> That doesn't make sense to me. Can you prepare and send a tarball
> (.tar.gz file) containing this Makefile.am file that causes the error
> message, and the configure.ac file you're using? Also, please show the
> output of
> autoconf --version
> automake --version
> > But if I make it like this:
> > lib_LTLIBRARIES = main.la
> > _main_la_SOURCES = filemain.cpp
> > Everything is OK and I am able to see the generated file main.so.
> This looks wrong, too. automake should be complaining about the missing
> 'lib' prefix of 'main.la' in the lib_LTLIBRARIES line (unless you also
> have a 'main_la_LDFLAGS = -module' line somewhere else, and the next
> line should set main_la_SOURCES not _main_la_SOURCES.
> Maybe this is some character encoding issue? I'd need the files to be
> able to say.