Compile LLVM from source on linux [Stackoverflow]

Problem

I’ve downloaded LLVM source code and I’m trying to compile it.

I’ve done the basic:

./configure --prefix=/some/path/
make
make install

But I’ve another project that depends on it and it seems to be looking for a shared library named: libLLVM-2.9.so, which is not built.

When I get llvm through synaptic (I’m using Ubuntu), it does install such library on /usr/lib (and llvm root also is installed on /usr/liv/llvm/). My question is: what should I configure so that the code compiled from source generates the libLLVM-2.9.so?

PS: Actually I guess this problem is more general, I’m citing llvm as an example.

Solution

./configure --enable-shared --prefix=/some/path/

Reference
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5970095/compile-llvm-from-source-on-linux

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