For: Freeciv 2.1 (svn revision 12321), probably works for all 2.x If mysql was installed in a placed not checked by auth.m4, it would fail to find mysql and auth would not work in the server. This patch adds a configure option --with-mysql-prefix that allows the user to set the directory mysql is installed in (e.g. /usr/local/mysql, the default install location when installing mysql from sources). Of course this is only relevant if --enable-auth is passed to configure as well. This is a better version of a patch I made before (#19071). The changes from that version are that if --with-mysql-prefix is used, auth.m4 will check the given directory for mysql headers and libs. If the headers or libs are not found, configure will stop with an error message.
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