Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
Svend Sorensen wrote:
> On 4/18/07, Lesley Walker wrote:
>> I'm getting this error when I run "make depend":
>> cd slapi; make -w depend
>> make: Entering directory
>> ../../../build/mkdep -l -d "." -c "cc" -m "-M"
>> -I. -I../../../include -I./.. -I. plugin.c slapi_pblock.c
>> slapi_utils.c printmsg.c slapi_ops.c slapi_dn.c slapi_ext.c
>> plugin.c:32:18: ltdl.h: No such file or directory
>> make: Leaving directory
> ltdl.h is in the Debian package libltdl3-dev.
The point is: in plugin.c ltdl.h is not protected by #ifdef HAVE_LTDL_H
essentially because that file is not supposed to be even allowed to be
built if ltdl build infrastructure is not available (plugins require it
to be loaded). I believe this is harmless.
Yes, that's pretty much the point. I was fairly sure it was harmless but
not being a real programmer I wanted to hear someone else say so :-)
And if it wasn't harmless, I thought I should mention it in case it had
any bearing on the replication problems.
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