Still have problems with libfile

Timothy Baldwin T.E.Baldwin99 at
Wed Aug 28 13:46:00 PDT 2002

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On Wednesday 28 Aug 2002 8:08 am, Peter Naulls wrote:
> In message <200208272121.21825.T.E.Baldwin99 at>
>           Timothy Baldwin <T.E.Baldwin99 at> wrote:
> > > 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.
> Sigh.  Given the number of programs I've ported to RISC OS, I think you
> can assume the answers to those questions.   Nevertheless, none of those
> is particularly relevant.  Libfile is creating broken libraries, no one
> else.

The error message you posted refered to functions from libkdecore,  which is a 
part of KDE, which was in a directory called .libs, which is used by Libtool. 
So it looks like you are trying to port KDE, but resource usage of KDE 
combined the lack of (v)fork suggest otherwise. Enough with explain why I 

Can we see a complete, but minimal, example please?  

> P.S. Please don't CC me things you also post to the list.

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