|Documented. Thank you.|At this moment I cannot look into implementing a platform specific installation. But it will be in my ToDo. (The "uuid-ossp-fix.c/h" stuff smells as it is.)
On Mar 7, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Reed Sheridan wrote:
OK. I got it to work by editing #include "uuid.h" to #include <ossp/uuid.h>, and changing -luuid in the setup file to -lossp-uuid. On my system -luuid links to a totally different uuid library used by the ext2 filesystem, so you get a segmentation fault. I think Debian renames ossp libuuid to avoid conflicts with the older e2fsprogs libuuid. I suppose autotools or some other build system that deals with issues like these would be the best solution, but barring that, this should be documented.
Kon Lovett <address@hidden> wrote:
I did not include the UUID-OSSP library.
There is a new version, 1.4.1, that seems to remove the need for the
*-fix stuff. I am testing this now.
Sorry that wasn't clear.
On Mar 7, 2006, at 8:39 AM, Reed Sheridan wrote:
> I tried to install uuid-ossp, but gcc complains about a missing
> uuid.h file. uuid-oddp-fix.v has the line #include "uuid.h", but
> there is no uuid.h in the directory.
> Reed Sheridan