Joe Conway wrote:
> Adam Witney wrote:
> > PL/R compiles and installs ok on my OS X 10.2.4, the corresponding line is
> > gcc -traditional-cpp -g -O2 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes
> > -Wmissing-declarations -flat_namespace -bundle -undefined suppress plr.o
> > pg_conversion.o pg_backend_support.o pg_userfuncs.o pg_rsupport.o -L/sw/lib
> > -L/sw/lib/R/bin -lR -o libplr.so.0.0
> Thanks Adam, Peter, and Tom for your replies. I'll make the minor change
> Tom recommended, try to find out what distribution the person is using,
> and recommend they switch to the standard one.
This gets into the problem if distributing PL/R outside our tarball.
Are you still able to use our Makefile.shlib in your build?
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