Michael Wybrow mjwybrow at cs.mu.OZ.AU
Tue Nov 30 12:13:40 AEDT 2004

On Mon, 22 Nov 2004, Ian MacLarty wrote:
> On 22 Nov 2004, at 11:16, Michael Wybrow wrote:
>> On Mon, 22 Nov 2004, Ian MacLarty wrote:
>>> I think it should be okay now if I set the default value of 
>>> --shlib-linker-install-name-path back to INSTALL_MERC_LIB_DIR, since 
>>> this flag is now overridden by the Mmakefiles for the Mercury build 
>>> (this was part of the last change I made so the -install-name option 
>>> wasn't passed twice for the c source distribution).  So if I set the 
>>> default value back to INSTALL_MERC_LIB_DIR the fink/rpm build should 
>>> still work the same and building of user shared libraries should also 
>>> work as documented in the user guide.
>>> Michael, would you mind testing this hypothesis for me?  Just set the 
>>> default option of --shlib-linker-install-name-path back to 
>>> INSTALL_MERC_LIB_DIR and see that the fink package builds okay.  I 
>>> would test it myself except I'm not familiar with how to build a fink 
>>> package.
>> Unfortunately I can't do this right now as my Mac is away for warranty 
>> repairs with a display problem, I should have it back by the end of 
>> this week or early next week, and will try it out then.

Ok, just successfully built a working mercury fink package from rotd-11-29
after changing the default --shlib-linker-install-name-path back to 
INSTALL_MERC_LIB_DIR, so you were right, this is the case.  Please feel to 
make this change to CVS.

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