LinkLib Issues In freebsd Lazarus
xfb52 at dial.pipex.com
Tue Jul 18 13:40:39 UTC 2006
>Mike Meyer wrote:
>>Well, one solution is to distribute sources - which works especially
>>well if you provide a port. See below for more on that.
>Yes, but the sources Makefile would have to be not only version aware,
>but also "port-status" aware as well, and then call ld with the proper
>args. Worse, if 6.5 comes out, and the libs are renamed to libgdk.1.2.0
>for instance, then no one will know what to look for until something
IIUC correctly, the libraries you are complaining about are from *ports*
and not the base system, so the version of FreeBSD is irrelevant.
Why not look to see how *other* ports which use libgdk do things? You
might find more help on the ports mailing list.
For your pre-compiled binary would libmap.conf help? For a src port, I
would bet that there's already a "right way to do it" that gets around
your problem, even if it's just some ifdefs or similar in the Makefile.
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