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Just in case your Google Earth stopped working after an
installation of Pixie on MacOSX, here is why:
both programs come with a libcommon.dylib and
Google Earth may pick up the wrong one and crash
because of missing symbols upon startup.
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I will try to make libcommon a static library that gets linked into libri.
I am not particularly familiar with MacOSX, but there must be a way to keep programs from conflicting with each other.
Thanks for the report. I run both usually without issues. Out of interest, can you tell me if any of the following are the case for your setup:
* are you on OSX 10.2 or earlier
* did you compile Pixie yourself
* do you have DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH set in ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist
It may be the last of these that is causing you issues. It shouldn't be necessary to set this unless you move Pixie to a nonstandard location .
I compiled Pixie on my own with --prefix=$HOME
and of course the DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH contains
my $HOME/lib, which is why Google Earth picks
up Pixie libcommon.dylib from there and not
from its application bundle (as it should do?).
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I don't think this is a bug. The dynamic linker is supposed to look in DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH. There's no conflict if this isn't set.
There shouldn't be any need to set DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH for Pixie - unless you use the binary package and put it in a nonstandard location. Bu then you could always compile for yourself.
Please let me know if you found that you had do have this set, or if the docs seem to indicate you should.
the output messages of Pixies "make install" tell
you, you have to meddle with DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH,
but only under special circumstances, which I
did not read completely. I thought it can do
no harm... Indeed, if DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH does
not contain $HOME/lib, Pixie can still find
the libraries (thanks to special link options
of the executables) _and_ Google Earth consequently
uses its own version from the App bundle. But
my $HOME/lib contains libs of other software,
not mated to this location like Pixie does it,
so I have to include $HOME/lib in DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH
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