[parsec-users] vips and fluidanimate on Solaris/SPARC
mbb45 at cornell.edu
Tue Jul 1 12:03:43 EDT 2008
Yes, using your response to the previous post on the subject I modified
the gcc.bldconf to put the PARSEC glibc path first, but undefined
functions still show up during link time.
Running ./configure outside of the parsec script fails due to finding
version 2.4 rather than the minimum 2.6 required for glib:
checking for REQUIRED... Requested 'glib-2.0 >= 2.6' but version of GLib
I set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH to the PARSEC glib path, but the configure
script still does not find it.
-bash-3.00$ echo $PKG_CONFIG_PATH
jcupitt at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi, I'm one of the vips maintainers.
> 2008/7/1 Major <mbb45 at cornell.edu>:
>> I noticed in the usergroups people had issues with vips unable to find
>> certain libraries when compiled on Solar/SPARC. I modified the path so the
>> parsec libc is read first before the system glibc, but that didnt solve the
>> issue. The previous person in the newsgroup that had this issue didn't
>> respond whether that fix had worked for them.
> I expect that's a typo, but in case it isn't, you need to get vips to
> see the parsec glib before the system glib. This has nothing to do
> with libc or glibc. glib is a library of utility functions and types
> for C, rather like the STL for C++.
> vips needs version 2.6 or later, but the one shipped with solaris is
> still 2.4. To get vips to see the parsec one, you need to set
> PKG_CONFIG_PATH and possibly LD_LIBRARY_PATH. I don't know how the
> parsec build system works, but it should be easy to check these two
> variables are being set correctly.
> This is the previous post I remember on this subject, is this the one
> you found also?
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