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Hi, >>>>> On Sat, 12 Dec 1998 15:27:13 -0800 >>>>> Todd Larason <firstname.lastname@example.org> said: The libtool manual node "Finding the dlname" says: > If your program uses this approach, then it should search the > directories listed in the `LD_LIBRARY_PATH'(1) environment > variable, as well as the directory where libraries will eventually > be installed. Searching this variable (or equivalent) will > guarantee that your program can find its dlopened modules, even > before installation, provided you have linked them using libtool. Todd> There is a mention of 'directory where libraries will Todd> eventually be installed', but no mention of how to find that Todd> directory. For example, my "libxpm-menus.la" contains the following: # Directory that this library needs to be installed in: libdir='/usr/lib/scwm' That should be it. Guile 1.3 does not take LD_LIBRARY_PATH into account. This is clearly a bug. Second, as it already scans the .la file, it should go all the way, and use the libdir hint as well. This is not required, but would certainly be a good idea. Checking the directory where the .la file resides can be done last. Robbe -- Robert Bihlmeyer reads: Deutsch, English, MIME, Latin-1, NO SPAM! <email@example.com> <http://stud2.tuwien.ac.at/~e9426626/sig.html>