Still have problems with libfile

Timothy Baldwin T.E.Baldwin99 at members.leeds.ac.uk
Tue Aug 27 13:21:02 PDT 2002


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On Tuesday 27 Aug 2002 5:36 pm, Peter Naulls wrote:
> Despite the recent fixes, I'm still getting dodgy library files.
> Does someone want to look into this?
>
> Error: Cannot find LIB_DIRY entry for 'k_nl_unload_domain(loaded_domain *) 
> ' in './.libs/libkdecore.a'. Is library corrupt? Error: Cannot find
> LIB_DIRY entry for 'k_nl_load_domain(loaded_l10nfile *)  ' in
> './.libs/libkdecore.a'. Is library corrupt? Error: Cannot find LIB_DIRY
> entry for 'k_nl_find_msg(loaded_l10nfile *, char const *)' in
> './.libs/libkdecore.a'. Is library corrupt?

Are you trying to port KDE to RISC OS? [1]
Are you using GNU Libtool, if so which version?

If you are cross-compiling a package which uses GNU autoconf, did you remember 
to use --host <whatever> ? 

Do you have any of gccsdk's bin directories on your path? Unless there have 
been recent changes, they shouldn't be.

[1] I think you would need to implement fork or vfork[2] first.
[2] Unixlib's current vfork is a fake, in that it doesn't start new tasks.

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Timothy Baldwin
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