libltdl.dylib not available under OS X 10.8 #77

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csomor opened this Issue Feb 5, 2013 · 3 comments

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csomor commented Feb 5, 2013

Hi

when building 1.5.1 ...

make -C /Sources/poco-1.5.1-all/Data/ODBC/testsuite

died with

ld: library not found for -lltdl

just commenting it out from the Makefile made the build continue

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Stefan Csomor

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aleks-f Feb 9, 2013

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just commenting it out from the Makefile made the build continue

proper solution is to instal libtool.

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aleks-f commented Feb 9, 2013

just commenting it out from the Makefile made the build continue

proper solution is to instal libtool.

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I was concerned about leaving a dependency on a library that isn't installed anymore on the target systems, but if it's only the testsuites and not the libraries themselves then that's obviously ok.

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csomor commented Feb 9, 2013

I was concerned about leaving a dependency on a library that isn't installed anymore on the target systems, but if it's only the testsuites and not the libraries themselves then that's obviously ok.

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I was concerned about leaving a dependency on a library that isn't installed anymore on the target systems

If that's the case, then an ifdef would be a proper solution. Can you do some testing and propose a solution that won't break other builds (e.g. static) and platforms? Sending back pull request is best way to get things in quickly.

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aleks-f commented Feb 10, 2013

I was concerned about leaving a dependency on a library that isn't installed anymore on the target systems

If that's the case, then an ifdef would be a proper solution. Can you do some testing and propose a solution that won't break other builds (e.g. static) and platforms? Sending back pull request is best way to get things in quickly.

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