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Re: Uninstalled interlibrary dependencies

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: Uninstalled interlibrary dependencies
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 13:10:14 +0100
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Hi Magnus,

* Magnus Lie Hetland wrote on Tue, Mar 14, 2006 at 01:04:45PM CET:
> I'm writing a C++ library along with a wrapper for Python (generated  
> by SWIG), and I'm using Autotools for building it all. The way I  
> build it, I have one core library, of the form, and one  
> wrapper library, The library (or, rather, or  
> the like) will be dynamically loaded into the Python interpreter.

Do you specify the dependency on at link time?

> This seems to work nicely ... mostly. But the problem is that I write  
> my test suite in Python, so I need to dynamically load before  
> installing, and that doesn't seem to be altogether straightforward.  
> The problem is (as I'm sure you already understand) that  
> refers to the file -- but at the -rpath location.

Which libtool version do you use, what says `./libtool --config', which
system are you on?

> I see that Libtool goes to great lengths to have things work before  
> installing -- but I haven't been able to make it do what I need.

This article and thread has a bit more info on the current state:


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