[Mono-list] /usr/include vs /usr/local/include

WC -Sx- Jones lists@insecurity.org
Fri, 9 May 2003 21:32:34 -0400

Yes, I can set those, but the issue is deeper than setting the ENV up...

So far I got the mono/mint stuff built and seemingly installed...

In the msc* directory I got it to "compile successful" - but it will 
NOT install - no matter what I try...

The GTK*Sharp stuff is definitely giving hardcore indications of being 
ONLY for Linux :)

These are not necessarily BAD things -- but it is aggravating as heck 
when I want it to work on Solaris 9  :)

As far as GC goes, I am using standard gc6.1 (not the alpha stuff...)  
Anyhow, I am gonna take a break before I screw up my system...

I'll post again when I have more hacking energy...
-Sx-  :)

On Friday, May 9, 2003, at 07:57  PM, James Gosnell wrote:

> I had a similar problem with a FreeBSD build. Can you not set 
> environment
> variables in Solaris?
> In FreeBSD I set before I ran the ./configure:
> CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/include"; export CPPFLAGS
> LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib"; export LDFLAGS
> when you want to compile GTK#, make sure to turn off GC before running 
> the
> ./configure by setting:
> GC_DONT_GC="yes"; export GC_DONT_GC
> I got weird exceptions from the GTK# build, that why I shut it off. I'm
> using Boehm 6.2alpha by the way.