[fdo-users] FDO Compile error (libxalan-c)
traian.stanev at autodesk.com
Fri Oct 9 17:16:23 EDT 2009
After a successful make, doing "sudo make install" gets me FDO installed correctly at /usr/local/lib/fdo-3.5.0 (or /lib64/... depending on platform). Do you get any errors when doing the make install?
Yes, the GDAL naming on Debian/Ubuntu is something we need to fix in the CMake module for finding GDAL - however, that module is part of CMake itself, so I'm not yet sure whether to hack our cmake build files or submit a Debian-specific patch to cmake.
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BTW, thanks for going through with this, I have updated the CMake readme file to say that the internal cppunit should no longer be used, so that the next person to attempt this will have an easier time.
No prob! thank you all for your help :)
Regarding some final notes on this whole thing, I guess that there should be a fix on the gdal library issue, so people dont have to edit some files to add the libgdalx.x.x.so<http://libgdalx.x.x.so> they have installed, is there any way to detect de libgdal version installed,and then append it into the required files (described earlier in this thread)?
BTW, there is an fdo folder under /usr/local/fdo-3.5.0/ but its totally empty, shoudlnt be there fdo libraries?
I noticed that today, while building mapguide oem (having more problems there, but a couple of them are already listed, Im working on the last one but my back es KILLING me :S), because when I was reading the documentation and it said that fdo should have been installed on said path by default (/usr/local/fdo/), I checked there and there was nothing, I remembered that you previously mentioned that path, re-read our post and confirmed that the path was correct, but there was nothing there... what happened? :p
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