On Fri, 10 Aug 2007 18:04:07 +1000
jonathan michaels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > but i checked for "gettext" in teh index-6 and in my version,
> > > either jul 2006 or jan 2007 ( freebsd toolkit or jan 2007 ), is
> > > a fw revisions earlier than the right one.
> > fair enough, i keep mine up to date. you can use
> > locate libintl.so
> > instead , and see if you have any version of libintl installed.
> > If you do have a version of libintl in your system, (highly likely if you
> > have gettext installed), then you can try mapping the calls to libintl.so.8
> > to libintl.so (which should be a soft link to your version of libintl,
> > ie,so.SOMETHING ). You do this by updating /etc/libmap.conf
> i found "usr/local/lib/libintl.so" and "/usr/local/lib/libintl.so.6"
yes, a few -RELEASE boxen i manage have that too
> how about
> "libintl.so.8 libintl.so.6" ???
sure - but if / when u upgrade libintl.so.6 to, say, .7. or .8, it will break.
.so (no version @ end) will still be there.
> > should do the trick.
> > TFM is @ man libmap.conf :)
> would this live in
> /etc/libmap.conf ?? or in
> /usr/local/etc/libmap.conf ?? or somewhereelse ??
good point, never tried with /usr/local/etc - it is /etc/libmap.conf , from the
/etc/libmap.conf The libmap configuration file.
/etc/libmap32.conf The libmap configuration file for 32-bit binaries on
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