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On Mon, 2002-08-26 at 17:57, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Aug 2002, Luca Barbieri wrote:
> > Both problems can be solved by simply writing the version scripts so
> > that only a version tag is mentioned in each:
> > libpng2.ver:
> > LIBPNG_2.0 {global: png_*);
> > 
> > libpng3.ver:
> > LIBPNG_3.0 {global: png_*);
> > 
> > However, we'll still get a warning message if versioned binaries are
> > used with unversioned libraries.
> Not a problem. But, does this solves all the possible scenarios?
> Could you please write a wrap-up with all the scenarios (like Ultrich did),
> and mentioning how the proposed solution would act, and how the system acts
> now?
> We can then take this to the LSB, and see if we can all agree to do
> something that all distros will accept.
I did this in "A better solution for png/sasl/etc problems using
versioned symbols".
Is that enough? (the only significant flaw in that mail is that I forgot
to explicitly mention that only programs must link with libraries in the
/usr/lib/dev directory (that would be better named /usr/lib/novers)).

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