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Re: [libvirt] Mac OS X: dyld: lazy symbol binding failed



Eric,

I've been getting this error lately from git (happening during `make`):

make[1]: *** No rule to make target `todo.pl', needed by `todo.html.in'.  Stop.
make: *** [distdir] Error 1

I haven't taken any time to look at it, but its caused by the
documentation task, obviously. I've been getting around this during
compile time with just doing "make install" which skips the doc task.

This is preventing me from testing my `make dist` tarball.

Mitchell

On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Eric Blake <eblake redhat com> wrote:
> On 10/12/2010 03:56 PM, Mitchell Hashimoto wrote:
>>
>> I've been working with Justin, and we've been making some progress.
>> However, I have another question for this list. As a follow-up to
>> this, I realized that when I download the snapshots and just
>> "./configure; make; make install" then I get the lazy binding issue.
>> However, if I go through the entire autogen process:
>>
>> ./autogen.sh
>> make
>> make install
>>
>> Then this issue goes away. Could this be indicative of a bug in the
>> autotools input perhaps on generating the packages on machines which
>> aren't Macs? How do I test the packaging myself (on a Mac) so that I
>> can verify this theory?
>
> Not ringing any bells for me.
>
> What if you do:
>
> ./autogen.sh
> make
> make dist
>
> then expand that tarball to another directory, run ./configure and make, and
> compare the git tree with the tarball you just created?  Also, how does the
> snapshot compare to your tarball?
>
> Are you using git to create the snapshots (in which case I have no idea how
> the .gnulib submodule is being handled, if at all), or are they made from
> some 'make dist' cron job?
>
> --
> Eric Blake   eblake redhat com    +1-801-349-2682
> Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org
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