On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 06:28:54PM +0100, Harry Van Haaren firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Yes, I found your web page when trying to solve that, but it didn't fix
> Then this is what you do:
I already did that (that's where I got lv2core when I installed it a
couple of months ago.
> 2. Grab lv2core
I have all of those, although I've only installed the first one.
> 3. Untar lv2core, ./waf configure, ./waf, ./waf install it (the first one
I did that two months ago. I still have it installed, so it didn't fix
it for me. In fact I had already done that before lilv came out, in
preparation for installing SLV2. lv2core didn't put lv2.h where lilv
wants to find it, and I can't find anything in the configuration to make
it put it there. I don't know why such a long path should be required,
anyway. Shouldn't it be sufficient to just put it in, and look for it
in, /usr/include/ (or /usr/local/include/), or at least no deeper than
/usr/include/lv2/ (or /usr/local/include/lv2/)?
> 4. Bop open a terminal, cd /usr/include/lv2/lv2plug.in/ns/
I haven't done these, but I wasn't getting those other errors, either,
for some reason.
> ../waf configure should print out yes yes yes yes yes yes to all dependencies
It doesn't. Hence my question. Thanks, anyway.
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