El martes, 27 de noviembre de 2018 21:51:47 -03 Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer escribió: [snip] > > > prepare dual stack packages that use the symbols file magic from > > > Ubuntu, rebuild all the reverse-dependencies, and identify all those > > > packages which are libraries and which end up with a dependency only on > > > the > > > GL version of the package instead of a dependency on GL | GLES. > > On a second thought: suppose a library libexample that uses the symbols as > provided by the current libqt5gui5 (either with one or the other version) > but does not exposes it's symbols. The end result will not make > libexample's symbols change but will for sure it's internal usage of > libqt5gui5. How can one differentiate libraries like libexample from other > libraries that do use libqt5gui5 but not it's OpenGL stuff? Or maybe even applications! Let's suppose libqt5qml5 follows the libexample example (it *does* requires some kind of OpenGL). Now qtcreator (to name just one application) does usage of it, and users will surely want to use the right build for their use case. Building two qtcreator binaries sounds like just too much. Now get Plasma. It does a heavy usage of QML. In *lots* of places and packages. At this point I really feel that, except I am missing something, double building is just not a good idea :-/ -- firmaware: soft cuya licencia pagas enviando un autografo StucKman en #grulic, irc.freenode.net Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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