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On 03/18/2009 03:48 PM, Rusty Howell wrote:
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<pre wrap="">Geoff Norton wrote:
<pre wrap="">On 03/18/2009 02:24 PM, Rusty Howell wrote:
<pre wrap="">Hey everyone,
What's the proper thing to do with pkg-config files? Mono on OSX
isntalls a bunch of .pc files in
But in order to use them, the user must set PKG_CONFIG_PATH. I see that
most pkg-config files are in /opt/local/lib/pkgconfig or
/opt/local/share/pkgconfig. Should the Mono installation process
install (or symlink) .pc files in one of those directories, or should
Mono leave the .pc files where they are and set PKG_CONFIG_PATH
<pre wrap="">You have installed macports which is why this is.
<pre wrap=""><!---->Could you explain this a bit more? I don't know much about macports and
why it's affecting this.
macports is like fink, and installs its own pkg-config in /opt/local
which is prepended ot the path taking precedence over the one we
symlink into /usr/bin<br>