[ldns-users] configure scripts in subdirectories
willem at nlnetlabs.nl
Mon May 1 07:55:18 UTC 2017
The configure.ac's in the drill and examples directory are historical
leftovers. It is hard enough to maintain a single configure. Also the
examples and drill sometimes (often) make use of newer libldns
functionality offered in the same tarball, so I am also reluctant to
facilitate building them with a separate ldns...
I think it is time to finally remove the configure.ac's in the example
and drill directory now. Thanks for reminding me ;)
Op 27-04-17 om 16:24 schreef Luis Ressel:
> the ldns sources contain separate configure scripts in several
> subdirectories (such as examples/ and drill/). I suppose those are
> meant to be used when one wants to compile the code in those
> subdirectories and link it against an already-installed libldns?
> If that's the case, I've found a bug: The examples/configure script
> contains no logic to define HAVE_LIBRESSL, even though this macro is
> used in the example code. Thus, the example code compiles fine when
> using "cd ldns-1.7.0; ./configure --with-examples; make", but fails to
> compile with "cd ldns-1.7.0/examples; ./configure" (on a system using
> libressl, of course).
> I can open a bug report, but currently I'm not sure whether this is a
> bug at all, since I don't have much experience with autotools.
> Luis Ressel
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