From: Dave Fancella <davidfancella@da...> - 2005-08-25 03:36:36
So I'm trying to cross-compile your plugin library, figuring most of the
porting problem to Winders is getting a Winders-based compiler to do it, but
it compiles fine with gcc, right? So I'm trying to cross-compile it using a
mingw distribution compiled for Linux.
I have, in /usr/local/lib, this:
configure in your plugins fails. Now, I'm fairly certain that the libfftw I
have installed in /usr/local/lib is the one I just cross-compiled. So I've
modified your configure.in script to link with -lfftw3 and given it the right
path and all that stuff. Still no luck.
So, maybe I built fftw incorrectly when cross-compiling. This is quite
obviously a non-standard situation, and it's new ground for me anyway. Any
ideas? How do I get your plugins to see fftw where it's at? Should I throw
some more flags into the corss-compile of fftw? If so, which ones?
(minor nit: the mingw distribution I installed doesn't seem to include a
fortran compiler. Could that be the source of the problem? If so, I think
mingw has a fortran compiler I could build)
I guess I'll try the cmt plugin library next. :) Maybe some clues will come
of that. :?
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