[plt-scheme] SQLite

From: Woodhouse, Gregory J. (Gregory.Woodhouse at va.gov)
Date: Sun Jan 28 19:39:28 EST 2007

Assuming you're in the root directory, you might try

find . -name \*.dylib -print

I see a number of naming conventions being used by Aqua application (all in a subdirectory of the .app folder), but there are quite a few libraries in /usr/lib and /usr/local/lib, too. I suppose it really depends on whether the library is meant to be used by a single appplication or framework, or whether it is a "standard" library any application might potentially use.
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From: plt-scheme-bounces at list.cs.brown.edu <plt-scheme-bounces at list.cs.brown.edu>
To: Eli Barzilay <eli at barzilay.org>
Cc: plt-scheme Mailing List <plt-scheme at list.cs.brown.edu>
Sent: Sun Jan 28 14:46:54 2007
Subject: Re: [plt-scheme] SQLite

(google "sqlite osx")

which says:  "The SQLite library is located at /usr/lib/ 
libsqlite3.dylib and the sqlite3.h header file is in /usr/include."

On my OS X 10.4.8 system, in /usr/lib/ I see:
lrwxr-xr-x root wheel     18 May  4  2005 libsqlite3.0.8.6.dylib ->  
-rwxr-xr-x root wheel 284508 Oct  1 08:12 libsqlite3.0.dylib
lrwxr-xr-x root wheel     18 May  4  2005 libsqlite3.dylib ->  

Geoffrey S. Knauth | http://knauth.org/gsk

On Jan 28, 2007, at 14:11, Eli Barzilay wrote:
> On Jan 26, Jens Axel Søgaard wrote:
>> Noel Welsh skrev:
>>> http://planet.plt-scheme.org/300/#sqlite.plt
>>> OS X has SQLite preinstalled, so sqlite.plt should just
>>> work out of the box (it uses foreign.ss, so no C code).  If
>>> it doesn't you might need to edit the location in which
>>> sqlite.plt looks for the shared library file.  Can't
>>> remember offhand which file it is, but there aren't many to
>>> check.
>> It would be better to figure out the OS X search path for
>> shared libraries and place the .so-file where it can be found.
>> Then share the path with the rest of us.
> I posted some question on an OSX newsgroup, and AFAICT, there is no
> standard OSX mechanism for finding libraries (.dylib on OSX).  Some
> libraries that come with the OS (like GL) are known to be in some
> fixed place.  If anyone knows of some search strategy, I'll be happy
> to hear about it.

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