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Re: libnspr and libraries in /usr/lib that require it

On Thu, Apr 03, 2003 at 07:59:41PM -0500, David B Harris scribbled:
> On Fri Apr 04, 02:16am +0200, Marek Habersack wrote:
> > That idea crossed my mind, but it would mean duplication of the libnspr
> > package. What about symlinking libnspr.so from /usr/lib/mozilla to /usr/lib,
> > however?
> I'm not sure how it would be duplication? I don't believe there's
I must have misunderstood you - I assumed you were talking about using a
separate standalone package for libnspr that would put the .so in /usr/lib
while mozilla would put its own version in /usr/lib/mozilla. My mistake,

> anything stopping Mozilla from nabbing libnspr4.so from /usr/lib ... let
> me check.
> Nope, doesn't mind it at all. So all that needs to happen is for libnspr
> to put its stuff in /usr/lib/, and for libnspr-snapshot to keep its
> stuff in /usr/lib/mozilla-snapshot/, and it's all good.
That would be perfect and, if I'm not mistaken, it used to be that way until
some time ago. Takuo, can that be done?


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