On Saturday 12 August 2017 03:45:39 Fred van Stappen wrote:
> Re-hello Martin.
> OK, I re-downloaded libx11-dev_1.6.2-3_armhf.deb with the laptop.
> Before all, I checked what is in the package.
> In /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/ there is a symlink libX11.so >>
> libX11.so.6.3.0
> OK, that seems ok.
> Installed off-line the new libx11-dev_1.6.2-3_armhf.deb on Rpi.
> This one, ok, compile + link ok.
> PS: Huh, lidX11.so.6 >> libX11.so.6.3.0.
> So, maybe, libx11-dev is only needed for the headers in /usr/include/X11
> (but it is C headers).
Yes and FPC needs the the symlink you mentioned. So to recap, installing 
libx11-dev in Rpi installs the needed symlink in order to build FPC xlib 
applications. I'll ask on fpc-pascal if the soname can be defined in source.


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