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Re: linking source dir .la's links in build system libraries

From: Ed Swierk
Subject: Re: linking source dir .la's links in build system libraries
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 13:52:07 -0700


I've encountered a problem using libtool 1.5.22 to cross-compile on an
x86 glibc Linux system, targeting an x86 uClibc Linux system. The
build system's /usr/lib is incorrectly getting added to the search
path during the relink stage. This problem was described back in
January on this list:

The problem is triggered in the code just past the "We cannot seem to
hardcode it, guess we'll fake it." comment. -L/usr/lib is added to the
search path if the libdir of one of its dependent libraries is
/usr/lib. It seems wrong to search the libdir in a cross-compile
environment where libraries are built in one directory, installed into
another (inst_prefix_dir/libdir), and are finally copied to libdir by
some mechanism external to libtool.

I'm currently working around this problem by manually setting
hardcode_automatic=yes in my libtool script, which avoids this code.
Is there a better workaround, or has the problem been solved in some
other way?


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