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Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 03:46:24 +0100
From: Peter Stuge <peter AT stuge DOT se>
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] crosscompile for windows with minipack
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Kai-Martin Knaak wrote:
> ../libgeda/src/.libs/libgeda.a(libgeda_la-g_rc.o):g_rc.c: (.text+0x6df): undefined reference to `_scm_sym_filename'

> There was a lead: "scm_sym_filename" is defined in srcprop.h

Difference, underscore and no underscore. Look at g_rc.c as the error
message says, and see what it is actually doing.


> This header file is was installed by minipack in
> 	minipack/result/include/libguile/srcprop.h
> And I have it on my host system installed, too.
> So why would the linker not find it?

Header files have nothing to do with linkers.


> The log suggests ../libguile is missing in the set of paths passed
> to the linker. Seems like I have to dig some more...

I didn't look at what minipack does yet. Hopefully it knows how to
properly use configure and prefixes and pkg-config, or it's just an
accident that anything was ever able to be built with it.


//Peter

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