It seems like you should be using
--with-libdir is fairly ambiguous with --libdir (a standard automake
option which defines where to put libraries, rather than where to look
Perhaps this seems sticklish, but I don't like adding nonstandard
features to my configure scripts...
On Mar 3, 1:33 am, Antony Dovgal <t...@daylessday.org> wrote:
> Hello al.
> I'd like to submit a patch for protobuf-c.
> Not sure if this the right list, but this seems to be the only list related
> to Protobuf, so here it goes.
> The patch is supposed to fix the build failure you get when Protocol Buffers
> are not installed or installed not in the default path:
> In file included from google/protobuf/compiler/c/c_service.cc:23:
> ./google/protobuf/compiler/c/c_service.h:28:40: error:
> google/protobuf/descriptor.h: No such file or directory
> This is done by checking for google/protobuf/descriptor.h in configure.
> You can also use --with-protobuf option to specify custom install prefix.
> The patch also adds --with-libdir option for users to be able to specify
> which might differ on 32bit/64bit platforms.
> You can find the patch (against latest SVN)
> Comments are welcome.
> Antony Dovgal
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