> >cc1: warning: changing search order for system directory
>>cc1: warning: as it has already been specified as a non-system directory
>The -L path for searching for the swish-e library is set to first look into
>the "src" directory (where the swish library is built). That warning is
>telling you that the library search path has changed, I believe.
>I added that -L search path after spending an hour trying to debug the
>module when I was linking to the wrong library (one I had installed in
>/usr/local/lib instead of the library in the src dir).
>That's probably the wrong thing to do, but it will probably stay that way
>until I can get time to add a configure script to check for the correct
>library location. In general, seems that you would want to link against
>the code that came with the distribution that includes the perl module.
>Some day swish will have a more standard autoconf/libtool build process and
>build a .so library so it will (should) have to link against libraries in
Bill, I'm not sure what you mean here... Is this something that I'm
doing or have done incorrectly in my setup? Because it's not just a
Swish-E thing; I see it happening when I compile other programs as
Clue me in...
Mike Monan <-> firstname.lastname@example.org
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Received on Thu Sep 5 06:58:41 2002