It looks like the Min-GW you're using is the same one I'm using - a
that runs under 64-bit Windows. My copy doesn't have libtool either.
To get it. you'll need to run the installation program again (without
removing the old
copy of Min-GW) to add more of the possible programs, and this time,
and perhaps also libtool-debuginfo and cygwin32-libtool.
If it says that installing libtool requires a few more items to be
installed, select those
also. If it says it wants to update some of the packages previously
usually a good idea to approve that. All should be installed in the
same directory tree
as MinGW - usually in whatever directory it chooses as the default.
Complete the installation of these packages, then restart Min-GW, and
try the build
> Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2016 20:05:28 +0000
> From: Eric Fowler <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [Mingw-users] Installing libtool
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="koi8-r"
> I have been having a hard time getting going on MinGW/MSYS. The end goal is to build on Windows some code which builds on Linux, and that I have inherited.
> I have run the MinGW installation program and selected all the dev tools that seem relevant. My installation includes the following:
> C:\MinGW>tree C:\MinGW\share\libtool
> Folder PATH listing
> Volume serial number is D0B2-6679
> I also am the proud owner of :
> 02/10/2016 05:36 PM 261,982 libtool-2.4-1-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
> 02/10/2016 05:41 PM 262,896 libtool-2.4-1-msys-1.0.15-bin.tar.lzma
> But when I go to my directory and fire up the MSYS sh.exe ....
> AUTHORS libsodium.pc.in
> ChangeLog libsodium.sln
> LICENSE libsodium.vcxproj
> Makefile.am libsodium.vcxproj.filters
> README logo.png
> README.markdown m4
> THANKS msvc-scripts
> autogen.sh obj
> bin packaging
> builds sodium.xcodeproj
> configure.ac src
> dist-build test
> ... and then run autogen.sh .....
> sh-3.1$ ./autogen.sh
> ./autogen.sh: line 16: libtool: command not found
> It barfs.
> As it should.
> I don't seem to have libtool executables in my path.
> I could patch it, but I fear I am making a Bigger Mistake.
> Did I forget something? What was it?
> Enquiring minds want to know.
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