Bill Moseley wrote on 9/15/04 8:48 AM:
> I'm not sure I always agree, but you might search on google:
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH considered harmful
> Let me ask the users of Solaris here: This is the third time this has
> come up this month. Why is it that gcc is installed and in the path,
> yet the libraries are installed in /usr/local/lib and the system
> library search path doesn't include /usr/local/lib? Is this something
> done by Sun? Or is it the case of system admins not setting things up
My guess is sysadmins. My experience is that Sun doesn't provide gcc out
of the box.
My experience with gcc on Solaris is that I must explicitly declare all
the lib paths at ./configure time, regardless of how "obvious" the
locations are, and even sometimes with LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or LD_RUN_PATH,
at compile time) set 'correctly'.
I'm working this a.m. on that buildswishe script, that tries to account
for all these paths automatically. I'll post it when I have a copy I'm
willing to show the world...
Peter Karman 651-605-9009 email@example.com
Received on Wed Sep 15 07:23:02 2004