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[Gnash-dev] disable builtin libltdl?

From: Jeremy C. Reed
Subject: [Gnash-dev] disable builtin libltdl?
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 09:03:03 -0500 (CDT)

How to disable the use of gnash-0.8.5's builtin libltdl? I don't think I 
wan't it built or used.

When I build on NetBSD 5.0_RC3 it fails like:
libtool: link: 
`/home/reed/pkgsrc/multimedia/gnash/work/gnash-0.8.5/libltdl/' is not 
a valid libtool archive

I see configure options:

  --enable-ltdl-install   install libltdl
  --with-included-ltdl    use the GNU ltdl sources included here
  --with-ltdl-include=DIR use the ltdl headers installed in DIR
  --with-ltdl-lib=DIR     use the installed in DIR

Note that the configure script uses underscore:  --with-included_ltdl so 
documentation looks wrong to me.

I tried: 
but no luck yet.

I was able to get it to build using:
(Those pointed to where I have my ltdl.h and libltdl.* as provided by 

The gnash build still built in its libltdl directory, but didn't appear to 
really use it. How to stop building that?

  Jeremy C. Reed

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