Okay, I figured out the reason this worked is b/c I had also installed into
/usr/local to test things out.
When I remove libswish-e.a from /usr/local/lib; I can't make test.
I've tried dozens of combinations of LDFLAGS; LD_LIBRARY_PATH; and
LD_RUN_PATH -- but I can only get this to install as root. I don't have
root on production. Any ideas how I can build this perl module without
putting libswish-e.a in /usr/local/bin on Solaris 8 with gcc 2.95.3?
At 07:38 PM 2/21/2003 -0800, Bill Moseley wrote:
>On Fri, 21 Feb 2003, Brian Tingle wrote:
> > I think it was setting the LDFLAGS environmental variable (per ./configure
> > --help) before building swish-e that did the trick.
>Odd. All that should do is add a search path that configure uses when
>testing for features for the running platform. It's also added to the
>link line when building swish-e as a place to search for libraries swish-e
>might need (such as libz).
>Anyway, at least things are running for you.
>Bill Moseley firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Brian Tingle
Development Programmer, California Digital Library
Received on Fri Mar 7 01:12:35 2003