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Re: [lmi] libtool and _putenv

From: Greg Chicares
Subject: Re: [lmi] libtool and _putenv
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2016 15:47:05 +0000
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On 2016-01-25 15:05, Vadim Zeitlin wrote:
>  So you need to explicitly remove ltmain.sh before rerunning autogen.sh
> which will update the local ltmain.sh which will then be used by configure
> to generate the updated libtool.

I wanted to use (and show here) a simple command that would remove the
autotools artifacts, but they include a new directory and some files
added to an existing directory...so I just removed lmi and checked out
a fresh copy from svn: crude but robust.

>  Now it _really_ should work, please let me know if I'm still missing
> anything!

Yes...but where are the DLLs?

/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[0]$time make --jobs=8 install 2>&1 |less
make --jobs=8 install 2>&1  568.48s user 42.92s system 603% cpu 1:41.30 total
less  0.00s user 0.12s system 0% cpu 1:41.30 total

/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[0]$make clean
/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[0]$time make --jobs=8 install >/dev/null
libtool: link: Could not determine the host path corresponding to
libtool: link:   
libtool: link: Continuing, but uninstalled executables may not work.
make --jobs=8 install > /dev/null  567.44s user 42.03s system 595% cpu 1:42.35 

/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[0]$ls ~/build/lmi-msw/*.exe

Okay, but where are the lmi DLLs?

/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[0]$ls ~/build/lmi-msw/*.dll
zsh: no matches found: /home/greg/build/lmi-msw/*.dll
/home/greg/build/lmi-msw[1]$ls ~/msw/i686-w64-mingw32/**/*.dll

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