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Bootstrapping on macOS: libtool is installed as glibtool
When using a 3rd party package manager to install libtool on macOS, the binaries gets installed as 'glibtool' and 'glibtoolize'.
This is true at least for:
- Homebrew package manager
- macOS High Sierra 10.13.1
- Freeciv master branch as of day of writing
Some discussion around this on Stackoverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/15448582/installed-libtool-but-libtoolize-not-found
To work around this I hacked autogen.sh to say 'real_package_name "glibtoolize"' which seemed to do the trick.
It would be nice if the bootstrapping script could support macOS out of the box however, with a conditional check for Darwin.
#2 Updated by Marko Lindqvist over 3 years ago
- File 0016-Try-glibtoolize-if-libtoolize-is-not-found.patch 0016-Try-glibtoolize-if-libtoolize-is-not-found.patch added
- File 0011-Try-glibtoolize-if-libtoolize-is-not-found.patch 0011-Try-glibtoolize-if-libtoolize-is-not-found.patch added
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Sprint/Milestone set to 2.6.1
This should do the trick, though I don't have Mac to test it on.