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From: Klaus Schilling <schilling.klaus@we...> - 2007-11-17 11:15:29
How does one pass the location of libsigsegv to configure in 2.42?
I have libsigsegv.a in /opt/lib/libsigsegv.a
neither --with-libsigsegv-prefix=/opt nor
the latter worked for clisp-2.41
From: Klaus Schilling <schilling.klaus@we...> - 2007-11-18 14:26:28
From: Sam Steingold <sds@...>
Subject: Re: libsigsegv location
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 00:01:59 -0500
> > * Klaus Schilling <fpuvyyvat.xynhf@...> [2007-11-17 12:17:30 +0100]:
> > How does one pass the location of libsigsegv to configure in 2.42?
> > I have libsigsegv.a in /opt/lib/libsigsegv.a
> > neither --with-libsigsegv-prefix=/opt nor
> > --with-libsigsegv-prefix=/opt/lib work
> > the latter worked for clisp-2.41
> --with-libsigsegv-prefix=/opt is correct.
> please check your config.log to figure out why libsigsegv is not
> e.g., do you have sigsegv.h in /opt/include?
I have it there. I just figured that I forgot to create the build directory.
Now it builds fine.