On Thu, 15 Aug 2019, Jean-Marc Pigeon wrote:
I did not even mention pkgconfig stuff, because I was rather sure libxml2
installed it identical for all of us, otherwise I would have expected
trouble way before trying to install libreoffice. So I attempted to find
a LO specific explanation...
/usr/lib/pkgconfig/libxml-2.0.pc contents seems ok to me
That's it. I haven't, but it does explain the difference nevertheless.
My libreoffice does not attempt to download/install lxml:
My guess the downloaded lxml
is not set/ready to work with libxml2?
If you have an lxml already installed (libxml2
compatible), this could explain our building difference...
checking for python lxml... no, and system does not provide python development
headers, gla11y will only report widget classes and ids
This is likely due to me having added --enable-python=no to libreoffice
in the past, surely due to some build problem at that time that may have
been python2 or python3 specific. This is a deviation from the book.
Haven't missed any functionality because of that so far...
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