[Proj] PROJ 4.4.9 Released

Andrea Antonello moovida at katamail.com
Sat Oct 30 13:53:21 EDT 2004

> Andrea,
> I believe the --includedir configure directive controls where PROJ.4
> include files would be installed, not where to search for include files
> during the build.
> Currently there is no configure mechanism I am aware of to control where
> the jni.h file is searched for.  The work around for now is to manually
> edit the src/Makefile after configuration and add
> -I/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2_05/include or whatever is appropriate to the
> definition of the DEFAULT_INCLUDES macro.
> In CVS I have changed the --with-jni flag to accept a directory which will
> be added to the include list when building and even for configure to check
> for jni.h by default.
> One thing I noted is that the j2sdk stuff requires *two* directories (the
> main one and the "linux" system dependent directory).  At this point I
> am sufficiently fed up with configure hacking that I am not going to try
> and address this.  I just copied all the files from the main directory
> down into the system dependent directory and pointed to that in configure.
> I hate configure.  I hate libtool.   I hate automake.
> Sorry ... had to get that out of my system.

Hi Frank,
sorry for the rumble :)

I don't know a thing about the nice tools you hate, I'm sorry.

If someone in the list has the knowledge to redirect me, I could try to do 
something to solve this.

Btw, I added in the created Makefile the second folder at the created line: 
JNI_INCLUDE = -I/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2_05/include/ 
but it doesn't work nevertheless.

Any idea why that occurs?

Best regards,

HydroloGIS - Environmental Open Source Solutions

Andrea Antonello
Environmental Engineer
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