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Re: [Gnash] Gnash-0.8.1 configure error : boost libraries

From: Rob Savoye
Subject: Re: [Gnash] Gnash-0.8.1 configure error : boost libraries
Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2008 09:26:21 -0700
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strk wrote:

>> *checking for the Boost Version... 1_34_1
>> checking for Boost libraries... -lboost_date_time-gcc33-mt
>> -lboost_thread-gcc33-mt
>> checking boost/thread.hpp usability... no
>> checking boost/thread.hpp presence... no
>> checking for boost/thread.hpp... no*

  It does appear to have found your installation.

> Benoit Sigoure gave us this link:

  We don't use that one. We have our own boost macro that support cross
compiling, unlike the other one.

>> I have libraries *, libboost_thread-gcc33-mt
>> in /usr/local/include/* but still it is not able to pickup
>> those i think.

 If you get the name like "-lboost_date_time-gcc33-mt", it was found. It
looks more like some error. The easiest way to debug configure problems
is to set CONFIG_SHELL to "sh -x" in your environment, and then run
configure like "$CONFIG_SHELL ./configure.... blah". This will turn on
all the debugging output, and then one of us can look at it and see what
happened. At that point fixing it is easy.

 I have boost 34 build from source, and I also work on a Fedora 7
machine, and it all works fine for me. If you do the above, we can
figure out what the issue is.

  btw, is this is a stock 0.8.1 release ? If so, I'd try cvs, as our
boost macro has changed heavily since the last release.

        - rob -

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