[ipv6calc] ipv6calc: use shared libipv6calc.so and databases

Peter Bieringer pb at bieringer.de
Mon Feb 3 22:02:47 CET 2014

Hi Nikoli,

thank you again for testing.

Am 03.02.2014 20:22, schrieb Nikoli:
>> but the following is not expected:
>> checking for MD5_Init in -lcrypto... yes
>> checking for MD5_Init... no
>> checking for MD5_Update... no
>> checking for MD5_Final... no
>> checking for MD5_Transform... no
>> on my Fedora system this part of configure.in works:
>>                          LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -lcrypto"
>>                          AC_CHECK_FUNCS(MD5_Init MD5_Update MD5_Final
>> MD5_Transform,
>>                                  [
>>                                  ],
>>                                  [
>>                                          ENABLE_BUNDLED_MD5=1
>>                                  ])
>> checking for MD5_Init in -lcrypto... yes
>> checking for MD5_Init... yes
>> checking for MD5_Update... yes
>> checking for MD5_Final... yes
>> checking for MD5_Transform... yes
>> disabling: LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -lcrypto"
>> would show same result as yours...looks like the LDFLAGS on your systems
>> must be set different...would be great if you can support me here.
> Same CC argument order problem: it does not support --as-needed, without it
> configure detects md5 fine. Attached config.log without and with LDFLAGS="-Wl,--
> hash-style=gnu -Wl,-O1 -Wl,--as-needed"

reproduced, configure.in fixed, please try again - also I've prepended 
now in autogen.sh the call of configure with

LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Wl,--as-needed"

to detect such issues earlier.

Don't wonder about the patches applied to lib, I've all the old debug 
code leftovers in lib with new style macros.


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