SQLite and TCL problems
lfs-01 at thewizardstower.org
Sat Apr 8 19:08:57 PDT 2006
* Randy McMurchy <randy at linuxfromscratch.org> [2006-04-08 20:18]:
> Miguel Bazdresch wrote these words on 04/08/06 19:40 CST:
> > I'm trying to install SQLite, and found the procedure to be a bit less
> > than trivial. It seems that there was some discussion about adding it to
> > the book but it doesn't look like it happened:
> Actually, it is trivial according to my build scripts. And my
> apologies for not getting this package into BLFS by now. I will
> get it in very soon. Thanks for the reminder, Miguel.
> > * the website claims I'll have a file called /usr/lib/tclsqlite3.so
> > after installation. It doesn't happen.
> Well, "the website" (whatever that is) is a bit off.
Sorry for not being more specific; I was referring to www.sqlite.org.
> Are you certain
> that the library doesn't get installed as:
> /usr/lib/tcl8.4/sqlite3/libtclsqlite3.so ?
Well, the file is there, I somehow missed it :(
I relied on 'make install's output and missed one line, where it calls
tclinstaller.tcl. Also, my mind was set that the lib should end up on
/usr/lib. My mistake.
The documentation on www.sqlite.org is still wrong: it claims the
library will be installed on /usr/lib, and also it gets the name wrong.
I wonder if this merits a note in the book. I'll send a note to
sqlite-users mailing list but somehow I doubt they'll take notice of it.
> It does for me. This is the default installation dir, Perhaps there
> is a switch that can point the installation elsewhere. I will look
> into it.
I haven't found it. What's worse, sqlite doesn't honor --prefix with
respect to libtclsqlite.so. I just installed sqlite with --prefix=/tmp
and libtclsqlite.so just got installed into the usual location. I
believe that, unless we can find a workaround, this behavior does merit
a mention in the book.
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