[Pythonmac-SIG] can't link Python 2.4.1 against external libxml2
bob at redivi.com
Mon Apr 4 03:37:10 CEST 2005
On Apr 3, 2005, at 21:03, OpenMacNews wrote:
> i've originally posted this on python-list -- but I have a suspicion
> my questions may have to do with Mac-specific issues, so I'll try here
> as well ...
> i've successfully built Python-2.4.1 from src on OSX 10.3.8 as a
> framework install with, simply:
> ./configure \
> --enable-framework \
> --with-threads \
> --with-cxx=g++ \
> --enable-ipv6 \
> make frameworkinstall
> i'm next attempting to build same but linking against an external
> instance of libxml2 (v2.6.18) installed in /usr/local ...
> i've tried the ususal combinations of setting LDFLAGS and/or assigning
> --with-libs (="/usr/local/lib/libxml22.214.171.124.dylib"), to no avail.
> no matter what i do, the build links against the 'native'
> /usr/lib/libxml* ... successful w/ no error, just the 'wrong' lib.
Neither Python itself, nor any extension in the standard library, links
to libxml. What the heck are you talking about?
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