Hello, On 08/15/2019 03:20 PM, dueff...@uwe-dueffert.de wrote:
Hi,On Thu, 15 Aug 2019, Jean-Marc Pigeon via blfs-dev wrote:I am able to build libreoffice-6.3 without trouble [...] libxml2 generate include files as /usr/include/libxml2/libxml/*.hConfirmed.setting a symlink as /usr/include/libxml -> /usr/include/libxm2/libxml is good enough for libreoffice build to be successful.I do not have such symlink (and there is a typo in yours) and libreoffice-188.8.131.52 built fine:
Thanks for your input. Typo is just an email typo. Without that symlink libreoffice is not building properly (on my side).
while libreoffice is expecting /usr/include/libxmlWhere? Why? My --with-system-libxml results in: checking which libxml to use... external checking for LIBXML... yes
I have --with-system-libxml too
And I'd expect this to work because of LIBXML_CFLAGS="-I$usr/include/libxml2" in ./configure and source including <libxml/*> "from there".
Ok... please correct me if wrong but I see no "LIBXML_CFLAGS="-I$usr/include/libxml2" reference within Version 2019-08-15 BLFS book for LibreOffice This point seems rather important..... This could explain discrepancy between our build. What is the BLFS "official line" about this?
If this doesn't work for you, then probably you and libreoffice are messing around with CFLAGS in some incompatible way!?Could someone confirm this "hiatus"I cannot. Though still using glibc-2.29, but that should be unrelated.
and should the libxml2 book adjusted accordingly?I don't think so. I'd rather expect some hint about CFLAGS for libreoffice to be useful. I used none, just MAKEFLAGS was set.
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