On Tue, Jun 05, 2001 at 12:58:24AM +0200, Franz Bakan wrote:
> No, I tried with --disable-dynamic, but it stops at
> $(LN_S) sane/libsane-dll.$(lib) $(libdir)/libsane.$(lib); \
> $(LN_S) sane/libsane-dll.$$dllend $(libdir)/libsane.$$dllend ; \
> cd $(libsanedir) && for n in libsane-dll.$$dllend.$(V_MAJOR)*; do \
> nn=`echo $$n | sed 's,^libsane-dll,libsane,'`; \
> (cd ..; $(LN_S) sane/$$n $$nn); \
This creates the symbolic links in the library installation directory,
usually /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/lib/sane.
> (line 143ff in backend/Makefile.in)
> cp.exe: sane/libsane-dll.a: No such file or directory
> cp.exe: sane/libsane-dll.: No such file or directory
> cp.exe: sane/libsane-dll..1*: No such file or directory
"ln -s" is the link command for symlinks. So the first line above means:
"Create a file with the name "/usr/local/lib/libsane.a" that points to
/usr/local/lib/sane/libsane-dll.so." It uses a relative path
However there doesn't seem to exist a link (ln) command on OS/2 so
cp is used. But cp doesn't understand relative paths.
Maybe it's possible to use absolute paths but that's ugly.
Also it looks like there is a problem with the library postfix.
> Instead of 'sane/libsane-dll.a'
> I have
> relative path to 'sane-backends/backend/'
I think this part is only dealing with the installed versions of the
> This may be a bug of the os2unix tool. I don't know.
> If I delete these 3 lines with (LN_S)
> make install finishes.
I'm not sure if this can be fixed easily.
> test.exe (which seems to be needed by the build-process
> of xscanimage) has to be compiled manually here.
> Bug or feature?
I'm not sure what you are talking about. test isn't compiled (or
installed) automatically and that's intentional. $TESTPROGRAMS isn't
I can't find any reference in sane-frontends/src/Makefile.in for test.
Could you give some details?
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