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ahmed elshreif ahmed elshreif
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LibreOffice Online Build

hello ,

I built LibreOffice before and make changes on it and built it again and no problem happened and I left it for 2 days and return to do some changes again and run this command
>git pull
>make
and I have this error
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
checking for node... /usr/bin/node
checking whether the Boost::Locale library is available... yes
configure: error: Could not find a version of the library!
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I try make clean but i have the same error then i check all Dependencies again and run this command
>./configure --enable-silent-rules --with-lokit-path=/home/el-shreif/Libre/core/include --with-lo-path=/home/el-shreif/Libre/core/instdir --enable-debug --with-poco-includes=/tmp/poco/Net/include --with-poco-libs=/tmp/poco/lib
but also the same error

thanks in advance

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Samuel Mehrbrodt-2 Samuel Mehrbrodt-2
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Re: LibreOffice Online Build

Hi Ahmed,


Am 06.03.2019 um 03:01 schrieb ahmed elshreif:
--with-poco-includes=/tmp/poco/Net/include --with-poco-libs=/tmp/poco/lib

This looks suspicious - why is that in /tmp and what is in /tmp/poco/Net/include ?
Note that on most recent distros you don't need to build Poco yourself, but can just use the version provided by the OS.
No need for these configure parameters then.

Regards
Samuel

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Tor Lillqvist-2 Tor Lillqvist-2
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Re: LibreOffice Online Build


Note that on most recent distros you don't need to build Poco yourself, but can just use the version provided by the OS.
No need for these configure parameters then.

And if you do need to build Poco yourself for some reason, you certainly wouldn't want to install it in /tmp, would you?

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