Re: i18n and libnewt?
Phil Blundell <email@example.com> writes:
> >How can you be sure we're not doing reduction? After all, 'make
> >check' in i18n mode demands libnewt-utf8-pic is installed.
> Yah, but libnewt-utf8-pic installs as /usr/lib/libnewt-utf8_pic.a, whereas
> mklibs.py will be looking for a libnewt_pic.a (since libnewt-utf8's soname
> is still libnewt.so.0). I'm pretty sure this means that mklibs will give up
> and just copy the .so over.
Hmm, ok, so installing libnewt-utf8_pic.a would be totally useless?
> >Perhaps we need to demand that in fact no libnewt*pic packages are
> >installed for "heterogenous" i18n builds such as i386 where some
> >flavors are i18n and some are not.
> Seems like a reasonable plan, yes.
That's what I do no.
Regarding slang, are we in the same boat? Do they have the same
soname? Removing all slang*-pic packages is not an option because it
makes the image no long fit...
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