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I feel a bit stupid, but I've been searching the net for 2 hours and can't find
an answer to my question. So here it is:
I use MSYS (installed to c:\msys\1.0 ) and mingw-gcc 3.4.1 (c:\mingw\bin)
I've built zlib 1.2.1, no problem there, it compiles and the tests run fine.
Now I want to install it. make install puts libz.a in /usr/local/lib (
c:\msys\1.0\l\local\lib ) and zlib.h in /usr/local/include.
After that I've tried to build wxWindows, but when I run configure, the new
version of zlib is not found, so I suppose it is not in gcc's search path. I've
tried /usr/include and usr/lib also, without any success. So where should I
put those files? I'm guessing somewhere in the mingw tree could do the trick,
but I'd prefer too keep those libraries separate from mingw's distribution.
I believe I could use the LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to specify whatever
directory I want, but since it would override gcc's default (I think) I'm guessing
it wouldn't be a very good idea.
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