I am using some LDFlags. Most of them works fine.
But the LDFlag "-Wl,-z,now" does not work and should be filtered.
Tested and reproducable on all of my pcs!
If it its used, camsource compiles fine, but does not work!
0 matching process(es)/thread(s) killed
Camsource 0.7.1 starting up...
[Jun 21 2007 14:41:39] Loading modules:
[Jun 21 2007 14:41:39] input_v4l (alias input_v4l) version 0.7.1 OK
[Jun 21 2007 14:41:39] Failed to load module http
[Jun 21 2007 14:41:39] Last dlopen error: src/.libs/libhttp.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[Jun 21 2007 14:41:39] text (alias text) version 0.7.1 OK
Created attachment 122677 [details]
Created attachment 122679 [details, diff]
Patch for camsource-0.7.1.ebuild
IMO, You shouldn't be using possible unstable ldflags globally.. but however, I've filtered it.
21 Jun 2007; Samuli Suominen <email@example.com> camsource-0.7.1.ebuild:
filter-ldflags -Wl,-z,now for bug 182775.
Well, i know that i should't use them! I am only using them on my "gentoo test pc" ... here i am testing my packages with some exotic cflags/cxxflags/ldflags ... and all my ldflags were working here ;) Just -Wl,-z,now was doing some strange things.
i thing it should be filtered, as it compiles fine, so you don't see for the first time, thats its not working.
On my "normal pc" i am not using any ldflags ;)
thx for comiting!
btw, how is 0.7.1 otherwise? working well?
Yes, works fine! w/o any problems!