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If you’re writing a program using Autotools (Autoconf, Automake, Libtool and friends) and start getting this error message after adding a new library dependency, this means the library in question exports its link flags using Libtool, but your program’s build is not libtoolized yet.
You need to add a call to “libtoolize” to your project. I usually use a script called autogen.sh which calls the various autotools. This is what a typical autogen.sh of mine looks like:
#!/bin/sh -e echo "libtoolize..." libtoolize --copy --ltdl --force echo "aclocal..." aclocal -I aclocal echo "autoconf..." autoconf echo "autoheader..." autoheader echo "automake..." automake --add-missing --copy echo echo "Now run: ./configure --prefix=
Note the call to "libtoolize".
Then, in your configure.ac, add this:
AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIR([libltdl/m4]) LT_CONFIG_LTDL_DIR([libltdl]) LT_INIT([dlopen]) LTDL_INIT([recursive])
I got this snippet from this bit of the Libtool manual. I usually add it near the top, after AC_PROG_CC and before AC_HEADER_STDC. In the end, add libltdl/Makefile to the AC_CONFIG_FILES rule. Assuming you already have Makefile and src/Makefile, it would look like this:
AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile src/Makefile libltdl/Makefile])
Then in your root Makefile.am, add this:
SUBDIRS = libltdl # plus any subdirs you may already have ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I libltdl/m4
and for your executable's rules (suppose it is called
AM_CPPFLAGS = $(LTDLINCL) foo_LDADD = $(LIBLTDL) # plus anything else you may already have
And that's it: that's what you need so that .la files can link properly when building your executable. I don't know if that's the optimal way, but it works for me.