Harking back to Daniels's original message, I'd strongly suggest never
installing a fltk you have built yourself, but always using it from
the build tree directly anyway. If nothing else it means there is no
danger of overwriting any system version that your distro may be
Greg's note about setting a FLTKCONFIG var for your makefile is
sensible - I tend to set it as an environment variable, and then
change it depending on which fltk install I need for any given project
(I always have several fltk on the go...)
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