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Re: [bug-gsrc] Cannot compile GNUnet

From: Brandon Invergo
Subject: Re: [bug-gsrc] Cannot compile GNUnet
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 08:42:53 +0000

On Wed, 2016-03-16 at 14:34 -0700, carl hansen wrote:
> This iconv problem is endemic. Arises because some systems have the iconv
> funcions in their libc

Ah right, I forgot about that.  Very frustrating.

> While building libextractor, Things to try:
> BUILD_OPTS ?= LIBS="-L/opt/gsrc/lib  -liconv -lrt "
> where the -L option points to the directory that YOU actually have.

Note: you can change that to "-L$(prefix)/lib".  In fact, if you look in
gar.env.mk, you can see that this gets set automatically if the variable
BOOTSTRAP is defined (this is a carry-over from GARStow).  Perhaps we
should remove the "ifdef" since it's not likely that anyone is using
GSRC to produce a full toolchain, so we probably always want that to be

> As far as libav goes, I don't know what versions you mean. My ubuntu has
> 2.8.6 and it compiles, as far as I know, (maybe it silently skipped it, I
> don't
> know). But note libav* comes from ffmpeg, which just got version 3.0.
> Untried by me.

Hm, same version that I have.  I'm not sure the problem then.  I'll look
into it more.

> As far as "Universal solution" goes, ha ha...



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