Re: [autoconf] Re: default searchpaths on *BSD machines?
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Miles Bader wrote: > I installed "libjpeg" using the FreeBSD ports infrastructure, but my > configure script still couldn't "see" it... once I explicitly added > "-I/usr/local/include" to CPPFLAGS, and "-L/usr/local/lib" to LDFLAGS, > then it did find it. > >> Just like anything else, it's up to the installer to put things where >> they are supposed to go, and it's up to the local admins to tell folks >> what the default PATHs should be for things to work as expected. > > Ok, but which "PATHs" are these? The executable search path doesn't > cover include files or libraries... > > Things I can think of: CPPFLAGS (for includes), LDFLAGS (for > libraries), PKG_CONFIG_PATH (for stuff that uses pkg-config), etc... Although I don't use the latest version of FreeBSD, I don't think package system of FreeBSD is so officious to set the environmental variants for the compilers, so I sympathize with Miles. However, pkg-config installed by the binary package scans following directories automatically. /usr/local/libdata/pkgconfig:/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/X11R6/libdata/pkgconfig:/usr/X11R6/lib/pkgconfig Yet I've not checked if the binary package of gcc (not the default /usr/bin/cc, installed to /usr/local/bin) will search /usr/local trees by default. Regards, mpsuzuki _______________________________________________ Autoconf mailing list Autoconf@xxxxxxx https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/autoconf
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