New error in Cerbero with recipe "nettle"
etrousset at awox.com
Wed Apr 2 05:38:04 PDT 2014
Thx for the info; I had a look, and it seems I have a lib file for gmp that goes with a dll :
C:\gstreamer-sdk_built\1.0\x86\lib\libgmp.la (which references the .lib and the dll)
So it looks like I have a lib that is not static.
I don't have any gmp related .pc files in lib/pkgconfig folder
I'll try to get the recipe for git (currently I am using 1.2.3)
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> bounces at lists.freedesktop.org] On Behalf Of jlemmetti
> Sent: mercredi 2 avril 2014 11:58
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> Subject: RE: New error in Cerbero with recipe "nettle"
> I had the same problem within cygwin, however, I cannot recall how I got rid
> of it - sorry.
> The problem is, that libhogweed uses libgmp, but the compiler expects it to
> be loaded as DLL (hence the _imp__ prefixes on the symbols), but it is
> actually used as as static library. I guess you have a libgmp.a - with mingw nm-
> command you can check the exported symbols that do not have a _imp__
> before them.
> The problem is somewhere in your configure script. Check that there is no
> gmp.dll -files lying around, that there is no pkgtool entries for gmp.dll (target
> directory/lib/pkgtool), and after that, rebuild nettle from scratch.
> If the problem persists, try to recompile gmp. I checked my source directory,
> and I did not have to do any changes to either nettle or gmp files to make the
> If that one does not work, check that you have the latest recipes-directory
> from cerbero and rebuild...
> If it succeeds, please post the solution for future reference.
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