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On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 10:15:36PM -0400, Charles Wilson wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>I just realized that it was pretty easy to check. I just have to look at
>>the build logs. Nope. No -liconv. After "all that trouble" to install
>>it, gcc only randomly detected it in certain directories.
>I haven't looked at the gcc-3.1.1 source tree, but I know that gcc does
>weird things with autoconf (e.g. top-level configure.in is NOT an input
>to autoconf...). Anyway, my point: the "real" gettext.m4 from
>gettext-0.11.2 seems to have the appropriate code in it to check for
>both -lintl and -liconv if appropriate.
>Does gcc-3.1.1 use aclocal.m4/gettext.m4 to find gettext, or some
I dunno. It tries to find a usable gettext in the source directory
and seems to assume that it has nothing to work with if it can't find
it, AFAICT. Am I missing a header file, maybe?