I was browsing the gentoo bugzilla, and came across mt-daapd complains about missing ogg-headers even with USE=”-vorbis”. So I thought I’d check out what is going on here.
I intentionally uninstalled libvorbis to see what would happen.
./configure with no options works just fine. –enable-oggvorbs comblains about missing headers as one would expect. –disable-oggvorbis, though, also complains about missing vorbis headers!
mt-daapd-cvs-20050713 > ./configure –disable-oggvorbis
checking for a BSD-compatible install… /usr/bin/install -c
checking whether build environment is sane… yes
checking for sqlite.h… yes
checking for sqlite_open in -lsqlite… yes
checking ogg/ogg.h usability… yes
checking ogg/ogg.h presence… yes
checking for ogg/ogg.h… yes
checking for ogg_sync_init in -logg… yes
checking vorbis/codec.h usability… no
checking vorbis/codec.h presence… no
checking for vorbis/codec.h… no
configure: error: vorbis/codec.h not found… Must have libvorbis installed for Ogg/Vorbis support
As you can see this is still preasent in the latest nightly build, as well as 0.2.1.1