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Re: shell commands

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: shell commands
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 20:56:30 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.13 (2006-08-11)

Hello Ruben,

* Ruben Henner Zilibowitz wrote on Mon, Dec 03, 2007 at 02:13:47AM CET:
> I have a project using gnu autotools where I need to be able to execute a 
> certain shell command on the executable after it has been compiled but only 
> if the platform is Mac OS X. I am not too familiar with automake so I am 
> unsure how to achieve this. Any instructions or assistance would be 
> appreciated.

> To be more specific, to use the FMOD library on Mac OS X, one must run the 
> following command after building an executable that links with libfmod:
> install_name_tool -change ./libfmodex.dylib <path to libfmodex.dylib> <path 
> to executable>

You could put in (untested):

   case $host_os in
     darwin*) true ;;
     *) false ;;

and in

if ON_OS_X
all-local: $(executable)
        install_name_tool ...

If only the installed executable is concerned, then the
install-exec-hook target should be appropriate (it need not depend on
the executable in this case).

However, I would like to know whether and why the path to libfmod is
found wrongly in the first place (and fix that then).

Do you use Libtool in your package?


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