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[dev-serveez] Re: [help-serveez] Debian pkgs in unstable, build success


From: stefan
Subject: [dev-serveez] Re: [help-serveez] Debian pkgs in unstable, build success & failure
Date: Sun, 8 Dec 2002 16:32:43 +0100 (CET)

On 27 Nov 2002, Andreas Rottmann wrote:

> Hi!

Hello!

> Building failed on mips and mipsel, due to something that looks like a
> libtool error/misuse:
>
> In src/libserveez/Makefile.am:
>
> libserveez_la_LDFLAGS = -export-dynamic -no-undefined -release @VERSION@
>
> >From the libtool manual (Link mode):
>
> <quote>
> `-no-undefined'
>      Declare that OUTPUT-FILE does not depend on any other libraries.
>      Some platforms cannot create shared libraries that depend on other
>      libraries (*note Inter-library dependencies::).
> </quit>
>
> It seems this is not what is intended, since libserveez links against
> libbz2 and libz. The build log states this, too:
>
> ----------<snip>---------
> bin/sh ../../libtool --mode=link gcc  -g -O2  -o libserveez.la -rpath 
> /usr/lib -export-dynamic -no-undefined -release 0.1.4 alloc.lo util.lo 
> snprintf.lo hash.lo sparsevec.lo tcp-socket.lo pipe-socket.lo udp-socket.lo 
> icmp-socket.lo raw-socket.lo server-core.lo server-loop.lo windoze.lo boot.lo 
> server.lo server-socket.lo interface.lo dynload.lo vector.lo core.lo 
> socket.lo array.lo portcfg.lo binding.lo passthrough.lo 
> coserver/libcoserver.la codec/libcodec.la   -ldl
> rm -fr .libs/libserveez.la .libs/libserveez.* .libs/libserveez-0.1.4.*
>
> *** Warning: This library needs some functionality provided by -lz.
> *** I have the capability to make that library automatically link in when
> *** you link to this library.  But I can only do this if you have a
> *** shared version of the library, which you do not appear to have.
> ----------</snip>---------
>
> As a consequence the build fails, since there is no shared lib produced.

Looks like libz, libdl and libbz2 are static versions only on mips/mipsel.
Is this true?

Thanks in advance,
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