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Re: threadlib vs as-needed vs libtool

From: Michael Hudson-Doyle
Subject: Re: threadlib vs as-needed vs libtool
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2018 14:18:39 +1200

On Thu, 2 Aug 2018 at 13:03, Bruno Haible <address@hidden> wrote:
Michael Hudson-Doyle wrote:
> > It sounds like you are using $(LIBMULTITHREAD) when you should in fact
> > be using $(LTLIBMULTITHREAD). See the module description:
> This doesn't seem to help. ... I'm just a distro maintainer
> stabbing in the dark here!

I may have the light. But I don't know where in the cave you are.

Heh, fair.
So, can you please give a "How to reproduce" sequence:
  - What is the source code/package you are starting with?

I am looking at the build of 'hivex on Ubuntu Cosmic:


Log here: 

  - What operations do you do on it?

I've been running sbuild, which probably is only helpful for you if you have a Debian/Ubuntu development environment set up. But just getting the upstream tarball from http://download.libguestfs.org/hivex/hivex-1.3.15.tar.gz and running ./configure && make && make check reproduces the problem for me in a cosmic container.
  - What is the error you now get, now that it properly uses

Well the test fails in the same way as before and for the same reason:


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