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Re: wrapping freexl in guile

From: Catonano
Subject: Re: wrapping freexl in guile
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2017 06:55:27 +0200


thank you for your suggestion

But there's something I don't understand

the suggestion to add


fixes my guile-freexl but is nor necessary in guile-gcrypt

why ?

2017-06-03 22:49 GMT+02:00 Jelle Licht <address@hidden>:

Catonano <address@hidden> writes:

> checking for libfreexl-config... no
> checking libfreexl's library directory...
> checking for libfreexl shared library name... libfreexl
> checking whether libfreexl can be dynamically loaded... no
> configure: error: GNU libfreexl does not appear to be usable; see
> `--with-libfreexl-prefix' and `README'.
The following command seemed to run to completion for me:
[env]$ ./configure --with-freexl-prefix=$GUIX_ENVIRONMENT

Maybe check out the following link, by coincidence about gcrypt as well ;-).

this is an excerpt from running configure in guile-gcrypt

checking for guile-config... /home/catonano/.guix-profile/bin/guile-config
checking for libgcrypt-config... /gnu/store/1y54p19lvz3rh6a5dyynnffn9dbal2li-profile/bin/libgcrypt-config
checking libgcrypt's library directory... /gnu/store/hag795ji8p9vqikwp8cibfibpsa39s3n-libgcrypt-1.7.6/lib
checking for libgcrypt shared library name... /gnu/store/hag795ji8p9vqikwp8cibfibpsa39s3n-libgcrypt-1.7.6/lib/libgcrypt

As you can see it checks that "...bin/libgcrypt-config" is present AND it checks the "shared library name"

Now this is configure from my guile-freexl

checking for guile-config... /home/catonano/.guix-profile/bin/guile-config
checking for freexl shared library name... /gnu/store/13p9jpf8gp3mg414az1dsf59vw2hyyw2-profile/lib/libfreexl

as you can see it DOESN'T look for any ...bin/freexl-config AND it doesn't look for the library shared name

why ?

It is substantially the same repo, I cloned it and changed the strings "gcrypt" to "freexl"

That's all I did

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