Re: objprelink (Was Re: [kde] setting an /opt precedent)
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On Thursday 17 January 2002 23:06, Yven Johannes Leist wrote:
> BTW this is sort of offtopic now, but what is the current state of
> the objprelink kde and qt optimizations?
Don't use objprelink, it's buggy. I'm on the KMail mailing list and
there are too many backtraces with a bunch of 'eval.c' in them,
meaning: objprelink has been used. All the developers do is say
'objprelink is buggy' and close the bug report. So it's really not a
good idea to include it in official Debian packages which are
supposed to be stable.
Of course, an optimization _would_ be nice.
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