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Re: configure problems

From: Laurent Carcone <carcone@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 09:30:16 +0100
Message-ID: <4F1FBD98.3010002@w3.org>
To: Jeff Hunt <jeffhunt90@gmail.com>
CC: Amaya dev list <www-amaya-dev@w3.org>
Hello Jeff,

The external libraries are not in the Amaya cvs repository, it is why 
they are not in the Amaya folder.
What I usually do is to create a directory where I copy those libraries 
(libwww, Mesa, redland, wxWidgets) and the Amaya folder. Then inside the 
Amaya folder I create a subdirectory (e.g. WX) where  I launch  the 
configure command.

Hope it helps,

Jeff Hunt wrote:
> On my Ubunut 11.10 system configuring Amaya I get.
> checking for uname... yes
> checking for lstat... yes
> checking for strcasecmp... yes
> checking for strncasecmp... yes
> checking for strchr... yes
> checking for memcpy... yes
> ---> Use system Mesa library
> ../configure: line 13641: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
> ../configure: line 13643: cd: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
> ../configure: line 13645: cd: OLDPWD not set
> configure: error: wxWidgets library sources not found
> ../configure: line 13652: exit: check: numeric argument required
> ../configure: line 13652: exit: check: numeric argument required
> This is inside the Amaya folder and one layer down in a folder I have
> created myself as in the instructions.
> {Create a subdirectory for your platform under the Amaya directory (e.g. WX)
> cd to this subdirectory, then ../configure to create the Makefile(s).
> [from http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/Autoconf.html]}
>  Why is configure looking for wxWidgets two levels higher - which in
> my case is my home folder - I'm using /home/me/Amaya/wx ?
> I can fix this by putting wxWidgets at the appropriate level but
> something seems not to be right.
> Regards.
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