marcus.brinkmann at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Thu Nov 30 17:01:09 CET 2006
At Thu, 30 Nov 2006 14:14:25 +0900,
"djh" <henman at it.to-be.co.jp> wrote:
> I have run into a build problem.
> ./configure result:
> # GPGME v1.0.3 has been configured as follows:
> # GnuPG path: /usr/local/bin/gpg
> # GnuPG version: 1.4.5, min. 1.2.2
> # GpgSM path: no
> # GpgSM version: unknown, min. 1.9.6
> # GPGME Pthread: yes
> # GPGME Pth:
> I am not an expert in the utilities used to build gpgme. But, wonder why a library seems to be missing. Could this be a command line argument ordering problem??
It seems libtool doesn't support your target architecture well enough
for GPGME to build. You may want to contact the libtool people about
that. We are using the mingw32 architecture, not cygwin, for our
native Windows builds.
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