Aha, so your not using EXTRA_LTLIBRARIES at all.
I quite liked having a string list of modules to be built, but
perhaps I will have a go at using Automake Conditionals instead.
Thanks for your reply,
On 18 Apr 2007, at 16:51, David Nečas (Yeti) wrote:
On Wed, Apr 18, 2007 at 03:54:13PM +0100, Nicholas J Humfrey wrote:
I have been having problems with building modules to be installed
into pkglibdir automatically, but I have been having problems using
pkglib_LTLIBRARIES and EXTRA_LTLIBRARIES to work together. Instead I
have been using lib_LTLIBRARIES and EXTRA_LTLIBRARIES and setting
However the problem I have now is that it isn't the modules in the
right place. The modules are being installed into /usr/local/lib
instead of /usr/local/lib/mpg123. I have managed to solve the problem
by having each module compiled in a seperate directory, and
conditionally building the SUBDIRS, however I would rather not do it
this way as there is only a single source file per module.
Does anyone have a working recipe for doing this sort of thing?
I conditionally build modules with various dependences
according to which of them are available and install them
under pkglibdir -- and build many in a single directory.
However, I do not experience any of the described problems
so maybe in fact I do something else than you... Anyway, you
can have a look at