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Re: Which libtool for autoconf 2.54?

From: John Gruenenfelder
Subject: Re: Which libtool for autoconf 2.54?
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 17:13:32 -0700
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On Thu, Oct 10, 2002 at 04:18:08PM -0500, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
>This is the libtool macro order that I am successfully using:

Okay, I'm using your macro ordering now, though I commented out
have three libraries in my program which other programs use as well.

>The entries
>add everything that your configure script needs to configure libltdl
>as part of your project rather than subordinate to your project.

I didn't know that.  Thanks!  This makes me much happier too.

>As far as the errors returned from libltdl, I have no idea.  Getting
>rid of the "`AC_LIBTOOL_DLOPEN' not used" warning would be the first
>step to take.  It sounds like libltdl is mis-configured.

After making these changes, I can compile my program when using libtool CVS.
I still get the libltdl errors, though.

If I use libtool 1.4.2-7.1 instead, my configure process does not proceed
entirely correctly, and when I run 'make', I get many libtool sh warnings.  It
then proceeds all through the compilation, but fails on the final link.  I'm
not entirely sure what the error is though... it seems like a variable isn't
being defined, and when it is used, the result it not a valid command line.
And I still get the AC_LIBTOOL_DLOPEN warning.

Still, I am perfectly happy to use libtool CVS, since it has a number of
Darwin patches that I will soon be needing.  So, now I just need to figure out
what is causing these libltdl errors.  Does anybody have a short code example
of how they are loading a module and taking a symbol from it?  Then I could
compare it with my code (though mine use to work too...).

--John Gruenenfelder    Research Assistant, Steward Observatory, U of Arizona
"This is the most fun I've had without being drenched in the blood
of my enemies!"
        --Sam of Sam & Max

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