On Tue, 2006-10-03 at 14:54 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote:
Rex Dieter wrote:
> Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
>> Explanation of patch:
>> acinclude.m4, ltdl.m4: Probably only ltdl.m4 needs to be changed here.
>> Basically I replaced the erroroneous detection with the simple check of
>> newer libtools. This step is needed because arts includes its own,
>> somewhat dated, copy of libltdl. Do we want to get rid of that anyway
>> (because we want to use system libraries whenever possible)? Or does
>> arts need this specific version of libltdl for some reason?
> How's the best way to use a newer/different libltdl? (Naively?) replace
> arts' libltdl/ with that from /usr/share/libtool/libltdl?
$ libtoolize --ltdl --force
My recommendation for best is to use what's installed by the system
libtool-ltdl(-devel). Without knowing why KDE packages are including a
local copy of ltdl in the first place, though, I don't know whether this
would be a change welcomed or refused by upstream. (If rejected, your
other suggestions would work as well.)
P.S. I'll try out juk later this week.