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To: "Per I. Mathisen" <Per.Inge.Mathisen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: freeciv development list <freeciv-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [Freeciv-Dev] Re: Success at last with Sound #15
From: Raimar Falke <hawk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 23:31:04 +0100
Reply-to: rf13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

On Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 11:26:49AM +0100, Per I. Mathisen wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Mar 2002, Raimar Falke wrote:
> > > checking for esd-config... /usr/bin/esd-config
> > > checking for ESD - version >= 0.0.20... no
> > > *** Could not run ESD test program, checking why...
> > > *** The test program failed to compile or link. See the file config.log 
> > > for the
> > > *** exact error that occured. This usually means ESD was incorrectly 
> > > installed
> > > *** or that you have moved ESD since it was installed. In the latter 
> > > case, you
> > > *** may want to edit the esd-config script: /usr/bin/esd-config
> >
> > Per?
> This test is taken unchanged from esound itself (the esd.m4 included in
> the esound distribution). Now, since you (Raimar) gave him (Raahul) your
> aclocal.m4, he quite possibly has an esd.m4 which is newer/older/different
> than the one he should/would have if he generated the aclocal.m4 himself,
> including the esd.m4 presumably sitting on his own system.
> Raahul: Look in "aclocal.m4" and find the version of the esd macro. Try
> running "aclocal" and rerunning, then see if this version number changes
> or if it works. Peek into your /usr/(local/)share/aclocal directory and
> see if you have an esd.m4 file there, and what its version number is.
> If you don't have esd.m4 on your system, you didn't install esound-dev (or
> whatever the rpm is called), so try doing that. If the version number is
> not at fault, Mandrake simply shipped a broken esound package.

What happens if a test is in acinclude.m4 and a m4 file in
/usr/(local/)share/aclocal? Which ones gets chosen? Or is something
like this invalid? Is this done using the "#serial" string? The ESD
stuff doesn't contain a "#serial" statement like the GETTEXT stuff.


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