[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Use pkgconfig for dirac libs
Diego 'Flameeyes' Pettenò
Wed Oct 22 13:04:08 CEST 2008
M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com> writes:
>> Uh? May I ask what tool is building /usr/arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi tree
>> then? I'm sure enough that the (scarse) Gentoo crosscompiling supports
>> generate proper .pc files that _don't_ point to /usr/lib so I'd be ready
>> to expect a bug in some build tool that prepares that root...
> I use Gentoo, following the instructions to the letter. No problems at
> all with non-pkgconfig packages...
Hrm, I have to check the cross-compiling support again since I'm sure it
worked flawlessy last time I did this type of work.
>> A properly-configured pkg-config executable shouldn't send it anywhere;
>> standard non-crosscompiling pkg-config never returns -I/usr/include or
>> -L/usr/lib (or -L/usr/lib64 on amd64 multilib systems); a
>> properly-configured crosscompiling pkg-config will do the same...
> Does such a thing exist? The link Reinhard posted suggests that it does
Well, I used a modified pkg-config ebuild at the time (which I should
still have laying around, if I I find it I'll see to merge in the recent
changes and see that it gets into main tree), ut I don't remember
needing to change the source code at all. So unless they broke it
recently (which I wouldn't exclude) I'd expect it to work.
[I have routing troubles right now so I'm unable to access fd.o, I'll
call my ISP and doublecheck.]
But I remember not having to fight with pkg-config, and rather saved me
more time than other things did, like libtool. (Which by the way reminds
me I have to push again for the dependency information to be properly
I don't think I have my last build environment around, but I should have
the script to regenerate it, I'll check if there are regressions in
there; I had to leave this in my TODO list for too long time :/
Diego "Flameeyes" Petten?
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