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On 27 Mar 2003, Michel D=E4nzer wrote:
> On Don, 2003-03-27 at 01:33, Leif Delgass wrote:
> > I just ran into a problem with this change in host.def when building =
> > trunk:
> > =
> > =23define UsrLibDir /usr/X11R6/lib
> > =
> > This caused the build to be installed in /usr/X11R6 even though I had=
> > ProjectRoot defined as /usr/X11R6-DRI. According to xc/config/cf/REA=
> > UsrLibDir is the =22directory in which to install libraries.=22 =
> > Judging from the checkin comment, perhaps AlternateUsrLibDir was what=
> > was intended? (README says =22linker needs -L to find project librari=
> Yes, that looks better. Unless you beat me to it, I'll probably look
> into this tomorrow.
> > There is also an AlternateIncRoot for includes.
> I don't recall ever having problems with includes.
I've never run into problems with includes or libs myself. Was there a =
specific problem you ran into with the wrong libs being used in the build=
> > Since I have symlinks in /usr/X11R6-DRI/lib to /usr/X11R6/lib for lib=
> > built in the DRI tree, I got the build to work by restoring my origin=
> > install in /usr/X11R6/lib and commenting out the UsrLibDir define.
> Glad nothing worse happened, sorry for the hiccup.
No worries. Just thought I'd give a 'heads-up' for those using a =
non-default ProjectRoot. ;)
Leif Delgass =