[asterisk-dev] MySQL Apps compilation problem in asterisk 1.4

Moises Silva moises.silva at gmail.com
Fri May 30 16:05:17 CDT 2008


I'm not an expert at all but this may help you (or not).

Take a look at apps/app_osplookup.c

You should see some special comments at the top of the file:


Probably someone that really understands how menuselect works can
explain which keywords are accepted, but I believe "<depend>" should
work for you. There you should declare your dependency on MySQL
library, considering you want to link with libmysqlclient.so, add

Once done that I believe you will have to add an entry into configure.ac

 AST_EXT_LIB_SETUP([MYSQLCLIENT], [MySQL Library, [mysqlclient])

Now edit makeopts.in


I'm not quite sure what this last step is for but I do remember I had
to do it once when I was doing something similar as you are doing now.

Finally just execute

./configure && make install

That should do the trick.


On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 3:14 PM, Gustavo A Gonzalez
<ggonzalez at despegar.com> wrote:
> Hello im not sure if that is the correct list, but, I am working on an
> application that connect to MYSQL to insert users data, I copy my
> application on /usr/src/asterisk1.4/apps/ and run make and make install,
> after that I saw that my app when looking for MYSQL functions like
> mysql_init, asterisk show me an error like undefined symbol: mysql_init.
> This is not because I don't have mysql installed but because when I am doing
> make, asterisk don't link my app with mysql runtime library. Is there a
> howto to develop and compile an external module with NN libraries in
> asterisk 1.4. How I can get my application working? Thanks!!!
> Gustavo A. González
> Dto. de Infraestructura
> Despegar.com, Inc.
> ggonzalez at despegar.com
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