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From Ian Holsman <i...@cnet.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] apu-conf (fix for Berkeley DB)
Date Mon, 03 Dec 2001 23:42:44 GMT

apparently Mandrake has it's own unique method of naming the db
files.
how about we add 2 new config options
--with-berkeley-db-include
--with-berkeley-db-lib
and let the user specify?

On Mon, 2001-12-03 at 15:01, Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 02:30:04PM -0800, Ian Holsman wrote:
> > this fix works for me on linux rh7.2
> > and Solaris 8 
> > the previous version failed if db2 didn't exist which would happen if
> > it wasn't installed, and db3 was.
> > 
> > BTW db_open doesn't exist in db3, but db_version exists in 2/3 and not
> > in 1.
> > 
> > Can some other people pls test this on their configs as I don't want to
> > screw you over (again)
> 
> How about checking for db2 and then db?
> 
> AC_SEARCH_LIBS(db_version, [db2 db], [ 
>     apu_have_db=1 
>     db_header=db.h])
>            
> AC_SEARCH_LIBS has the side effect of setting LIBS (which may not
> be desirable).  So, perhaps we want: 
> 
> AC_CHECK_LIB(db2, db_version, [
>     apu_have_db=1
>     db_header=db.h
>     db_lib=db2 ], [
>     AC_CHECK_LIB(db, db_version, [
>         apu_have_db=1
>         db_header=db.h
>         db_lib=db ])
>     ])
> 
> But, we need to prefer db2 over db.  -- justin
-- 
Ian Holsman          IanH@cnet.com
Performance Measurement & Analysis
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