INN commit: trunk/doc/pod (install.pod news.pod ovdb.pod)

INN Commit rra at isc.org
Sat Sep 21 09:46:58 UTC 2013


    Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013 @ 02:46:57
  Author: iulius
Revision: 9539

mention lib32 and lib64 directories when looking at Berkeley DB libraries

Modified:
  trunk/doc/pod/install.pod
  trunk/doc/pod/news.pod
  trunk/doc/pod/ovdb.pod

-------------+
 install.pod |   17 +++++++++--------
 news.pod    |   11 ++++++++---
 ovdb.pod    |   14 +++++++-------
 3 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 18 deletions(-)

Modified: install.pod
===================================================================
--- install.pod	2013-09-20 19:24:37 UTC (rev 9538)
+++ install.pod	2013-09-21 09:46:57 UTC (rev 9539)
@@ -387,14 +387,15 @@
 Enables support for S<Berkeley DB> (4.4 or higher), which means that
 it will then be possible to use the ovdb overview method if you wish.
 Enabling this configure option doesn't mean you'll be required to use
-ovdb, but it does require that S<Berkeley DB> be installed on your system
-(including the header files, not just the runtime libraries).  If a path
-is given, it sets the installed directory of S<Berkeley DB> (configure
-will search for it in standard locations, but if you have it installed
-elsewhere, you may need this option).  This directory is expected to have
-subdirectories F<include> and F<lib>, containing respectively F<db.h>,
-and the library itself.  In case non-standard paths to the S<Berkeley
-DB> are used, one or both of the options B<--with-berkeleydb-include>
+ovdb, but it does require that S<Berkeley DB> be installed on your
+system (including the header files, not just the runtime libraries).
+If a path is given, it sets the installed directory of S<Berkeley DB>
+(configure will search for it in standard locations, but if you have
+it installed elsewhere, you may need this option).  This directory
+is expected to have subdirectories F<include> and F<lib> (F<lib32>
+and F<lib64> are also checked), containing respectively F<db.h>, and
+the library itself.  In case non-standard paths to the S<Berkeley DB>
+are used, one or both of the options B<--with-berkeleydb-include>
 and B<--with-berkeleydb-lib> can be given to configure with a path.
 
 =item B<--with-zlib>=PATH

Modified: news.pod
===================================================================
--- news.pod	2013-09-20 19:24:37 UTC (rev 9538)
+++ news.pod	2013-09-21 09:46:57 UTC (rev 9539)
@@ -122,9 +122,8 @@
 
 =item *
 
-When building INN with S<Berkeley DB> support, no longer add standard
-locations to compiler and linker include flags; unconditionally
-adding F<-L/usr/lib> (for instance) may break the build.  Such
+When building INN with S<Berkeley DB> support, no longer add
+standard locations to compiler and linker include flags.  Such
 default paths are now added only if explicitly given to one or
 more of the B<--with-berkeleydb>, B<--with-berkeleydb-include>, or
 B<--with-berkeleydb-lib> configure flags (the last two flags are new
@@ -206,6 +205,12 @@
 B<innd>.  Thanks to Paul Tomblin for having caught that long-standing
 issue.
 
+=item *
+
+When building INN with S<Berkeley DB> support, no longer add
+F<-L/usr/lib> to the linker include flags; unconditionally adding it
+may break the build on systems using lib32 and lib64 directories.
+
 =back
 
 =head1 Changes in 2.5.3

Modified: ovdb.pod
===================================================================
--- ovdb.pod	2013-09-20 19:24:37 UTC (rev 9538)
+++ ovdb.pod	2013-09-21 09:46:57 UTC (rev 9539)
@@ -25,16 +25,16 @@
 
 To build ovdb support into INN, specify the option B<--with-berkeleydb>
 when running the configure script.  By default, configure will search
-for S<Berkeley DB> in standard paths; there will be a message in the
-configure output indicating the pathname that will be used.
+for S<Berkeley DB> in default search paths; there will be a message in
+the configure output indicating the pathname that will be used.
 
 You can override this pathname by adding a path to the option, for
 instance B<--with-berkeleydb=/usr/BerkeleyDB.4.4>.  This directory
-is expected to have subdirectories F<include> and F<lib>, containing
-respectively F<db.h>, and the library itself.  In case non-standard
-paths to the S<Berkeley DB> are used, one or both of the options
-B<--with-berkeleydb-include> and B<--with-berkeleydb-lib> can be given
-to configure with a path.
+is expected to have subdirectories F<include> and F<lib> (F<lib32>
+and F<lib64> are also checked), containing respectively F<db.h>, and
+the library itself.  In case non-standard paths to the S<Berkeley DB>
+are used, one or both of the options B<--with-berkeleydb-include>
+and B<--with-berkeleydb-lib> can be given to configure with a path.
 
 The ovdb database may take up more disk space for a given spool than the
 other overview methods.  Plan on needing at least S<1.1 KB> for every article



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