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2010.08.19 20:33 "libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Rajat Varma
2010.08.22 02:25 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 19:38 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Chris Cox
2010.08.23 19:46 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 19:55 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Chris Cox
2010.08.23 20:07 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 20:13 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Chris Cox
2010.08.23 20:23 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 20:18 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 20:49 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Edward Lam
2010.08.23 21:25 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Scott Ribe
2010.08.23 21:29 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Edward Lam
2010.08.23 20:32 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Tom Lane

2010.08.23 19:38 "Re: libtiff on MAC 10.6", by Chris Cox

You do realize that Apple already ships libTIFF installed on MacOS, right?

Chris

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From: tiff-bounces@lists.maptools.org [tiff-bounces@lists.maptools.org] On
Behalf Of Scott Ribe [scott_ribe@killerbytes.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 21, 2010 7:25 PM
To: Rajat Varma
Cc: tiff@lists.maptools.org
Subject: Re: [Tiff] libtiff on MAC 10.6

On Aug 19, 2010, at 2:33 PM, Rajat Varma wrote:

> We are interested in implementing some of our c programs on MAC OS 10.6.
> We installed X code 3.2.1 and then from terminal we installed the tiff
> libraries by saying sudo port install tiff. After it finished the
> installation we can find the libraries under /opt/local/include, but when
> executing our c program it has trouble finding tiffio.h. So then we copied
> all the tiff associated .h files to /usr/include and now we are having an
> error message -ltiff library not found. Does anyone have a fix for this?

Don't use an end-user tool like MacPorts. Get the tiff sources, and deal
with configuring them--whether you prefer building them in directly, or
building a library and then linking to it.

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Scott Ribe
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