Le dimanche 09 décembre 2007 à 09:03 +0100, Simon Richter a écrit : > Hi, > > due to the recent dpkg-shlibdeps changes, people have started adding > -Wl,--as-needed into their LDFLAGS. > > THIS IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. Of course it is. This is the most reliable way of dropping unneeded dependencies. All other ways will keep some of them. If there are bugs in --as-needed, we need to fix them. It is much easier than fixing thousands of packages. Or are you willing to drop dh_fixperms and fix thousands of broken packages by hand as well? > If there are broken scripts adding too many libraries then it is time to > fix those scripts, not employ an evil hack that makes the symptoms go away. Some of these scripts cannot be “fixed”. And for others, well, good luck in getting libtool’s upstream to integrate the required changes. Maybe they will be here in 5 years, and in 15 years all upstreams will have migrated to a recent enough version. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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