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Compiling when libedit is in path Is there a trick to compiling Ruby when libedit must exist in the search path? Can you statically link to readline 5.0 in some manner? -- Lon Baker

 
 
Lon Baker
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      03-21-2005
Is there a trick to compiling Ruby when libedit must exist in the
search path?

Can you statically link to readline 5.0 in some manner?

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      03-21-2005
On 2005-03-21, Lon Baker <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Is there a trick to compiling Ruby when libedit must exist in the
> search path?
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> Can you statically link to readline 5.0 in some manner?


Could you be a bit more verbose?

Why is the presence of libedit a problem?

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