[CM] Grace and Fomus on F 14
dpsenick at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 23:02:21 PDT 2011
Fixed it... I did get the error when I tried it in f14--I'm not sure
why the boost libraries would be different on f14, but now the build
process detects the problem and should figure out the right thing to do.
I'll get a new release tarball out tomorrow. -David
On Sat, 2011-03-19 at 11:11 -0700, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On 03/18/2011 06:07 PM, David Psenicka wrote:
> > I just compiled fomus 0.1.15 with boost 1.44 on Ubuntu and had no
> > issues...
> I must be doing something wrong then... this is the boost I'm using in
> Fedora 14:
> Maybe a problem with lilypond itself?
> > I'll have to install fc14 somewhere and try to compile it in
> > that environment to figure out what's going wrong. I'm almost sure that
> > undefined symbol has to do with the API change in boost 1.44. I'll post
> > a solution as soon as I figure this out.
> Very grateful that you are looking into this, let me know if I can help
> in any way.
> -- Fernando
> > BTW the option "--with-boost=/usr/local" on the ./configure command line
> > causes it to link with a local install of boost instead of the distro
> > version (the boost libs are in /usr/local/lib)--on my machine it
> > compiled against the local boost and worked properly (output a lilypond
> > file and displayed it). To run it I also had to export
> > "LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib".
> > On Fri, 2011-03-18 at 14:46 -0700, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> >> AFAICT Grace does not link with fomus, I imagine it just calls the fomus
> >> executable?
> > Grace loads libfomus.so dynamically at run time (the Grace build doesn't
> > link with it at compile time)... So recompiling Grace shouldn't be
> > necessary, it should load and use whatever version of fomus is installed
> > (and run without it if it can't find it)
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