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Re: libquran configuration and compilation errors + patch
- To: Development Discussions <developer at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: libquran configuration and compilation errors + patch
- From: Nadim Shaikli <shaikli at yahoo dot com>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 12:01:04 -0700 (PDT)
--- nabil ben khalifa <nabil_benkhalifa at yahoo dot fr> wrote:
> When I tried to configure libquran got from arabeyes cvs, I had
> the following error:
> configure: error: "libspeex header not found"
> In fact, configure looks for speex headers in /usr/include/ while
> they are in /usr/include/speex. The same problem arises with quran.h
> and quranaudio.c when compiling. (I use Mandriva release 2007.0
> (Official) for i586 and
> Moreover, it seems that the "le_short" function is no more exported
> by the speex library (I got the following error:
> quran/libquran/.libs/libquran.so: undefined reference to `le_short'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status )
> I have a patch to resolve these problems, are there any developers of the
> quran project so that they can look at the patch and discuss these
> problems ?
A couple of comments -
1. M.Yousif the projects' initiator and maintainer doesn't seem like
he's planning on showing-up anytime soon (my private emails to him
have gone unanswered for far too long) and there has been ALOT of
interest so we'll be officially looking for a new maintainer (expect
an email regarding that in a few minutes).
2. It would be a _very_ wise idea to not only test this on Mandriva but
also say on Fedora, Debian, etc to make sure you have an all-encompassing
solution. I'd tend to guess that what you have in your patch won't
work for debian, et al. You can either study other people's code
to see how they addressed finding out where certain libraries are
installed and/or VMWARE install all these OSes to play with 'em.
> I had also errors on gnomequran due to incompatibilities between the
> gnomequran application and the libquran data structures. Here also I have a
> patch which solves these problems (I will send it if someone is interested)
Feel free to mail these or upload them somewhere but as noted I think the
first cause of business here now is to find a new project maintainer that
will look into and appropriately address such issues (given that M.Yousif
is now officially "MIA" and gone).
Boardwalk for $500? In 2007? Ha! Play Monopoly Here and Now (it's updated for today's economy) at Yahoo! Games.