On Tue, Feb 15, 2005 at 03:55:00PM -0300, Maicon Stihler wrote:Didn't you ask this question a few weeks ago? I certainly answered it> Hm, maybe I used the wrong terms to define the situation. I agree that> > this isn't a gcc problem.
> its not gcc's fault, its some kind of (mis)configuration issue.
ldconfig is for the runtime linker, it's not used by gcc when linking>> > ldconfig
> I used ldconfig to generete te hints file, and then when I do a
> "ldconfig -r" all the libs I need appears there... the strange thing
> is that if I try to include them in my own programs it doesnt work.
Those flags look completely wrong. You want "-L /usr/local/lib -I> Im using the CFLAGS="-B /usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/include" as a
> workaround, but im searching for a more elegant way to solve this
/usr/local/include" - either in CFLAGS, or otherwise passed into your
This is the correct way to address the issue.
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