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Re: BUG & FIX: wrong include order (ITS#1880)
You are using the incorrect environment variable to
modify cpp(1) behavior. Use CPPFLAGS instead.
At 02:04 AM 2002-06-13, email@example.com wrote:
>Full_Name: Alexios Zavras
>Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
>Building openldap-2.1.2 on a heavily customized GNU/Linux machine.
>The environment includes CFLAGS to include access to software
>instaled in non-standard directories (e.g. -I/sw/gnu/include).
>Among the stuff already included is the GNU libavl library
>for balanced binary trees. Unfortunately, this installs
>a avl.h file (same name as in openldap-2.1.2/include).
>While building openldap, various files include the installed
>/sw/gnu/include/avl.h instead of their own .../include/avl.h
>Granted, my environment is non-typical, but I still consider it a bug.
>The wrong inclusion is the result of the order of the -I flags inthe compile
>The line in the generated Makefiles
>CFLAGS = $(AC_CFLAGS) $(DEFS)
>CFLAGS = $(DEFS) $(AC_CFLAGS)
>since we really want LDAP_INCPATH before anything else.
>This is needed at least in Makefiles in libraries/libavl,
>libraries/librewrite, servers/slapd, servers/slapd/back-*, ...
>I am not competent enough with autoconfig,
>but I think that making the above one-line change
>should be all the fix that is needed.
>It worked for me!
>Thanks for your work