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Re: How to replace a function

From: Rob Browning
Subject: Re: How to replace a function
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 10:38:33 -0600
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address@hidden writes:

> The problem is that AC_REPLACE_FUNCS will find one version
> of the Guile library, whereas the version I'm going to link
> against is the one returned by `guile-config link' or whatever.
> My question: Is there a canonical way to solve this? I.e.
> is there a way to tell AC_REPLACE_FUNCS *which* library to
> look into? Or is it just meant to cope with ``standard system
> libraries'' and am I to re-invent the wheel and do a
> tentative compile?

If I understand what you're doing right, you might be able to just
make sure that you have the right -L and -l args in LDFLAGS and LIBS
before you call AC_REPLACE_FUNCS.  However, even if this does work in
the normal case, depending on how AC_REPLACE_FUNCs works, this may or
may not work when cross-compiling.  I don't really have any experience
with AC_REPLACE_FUNCS in particular, so I'm just guessing here.

Hope this helps

Rob Browning
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