Howard Butler hobu at IASTATE.EDU
Mon Jun 19 13:28:46 EDT 2006


When I was updating AC_LD_SHARED to build shared libs on osx and 
*nix, I noticed that it was only switched on if PHP was enabled.  I 
didn't quite know how to proceed.

I would also add that the shared lib is named differently than our 
normal -lmap, so it shouldn't interfere with how things currently 
build if it was built.


At 12:03 PM 6/19/2006, Frank Warmerdam wrote:
>The shared target (which I think we recently revised) depends on LD_SHARED
>being defined to work properly.  But it seems that LD_SHARED is only
>defined if PHP is requested since the LD_SHARED stuff was done within the
>PHP logic.
>I have modified and configure to run the AC_LD_SHARED test
>after the PHP section if LD_SHARED was not defined.  This *should* ensure
>that shared library building is support regardless of whether PHP was
>requested but without interfering with the special logic in the PHP
>Let me know if anyone runs into problems, or has questions.
>Best regards,
>I set the clouds in motion - turn up   | Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at
>light and sound - activate the windows |
>and watch the world go round - Rush    | President OSGF,

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