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Re: [odin-devel] Odin libraries usage scope

On Fri, 9 Jan 2009 18:57:16 +0100, Thies Jochimsen wrote:

> Dear David,

Hello Thies,

> I'm pleased to hear that you are still working on it!

Heh, someone complained :P

(Michael, just kidding)

> > If they're public, I will create proper lib*, lib*-dev and lib*-dbg
> > packages for each.
> >
> > If, instead, they're for internal use only, I'd rather put them
> > into a private subdirectory, i.e. /usr/lib/odin/, and provide them via a
> > "libodin1" package (still with proper -dev and -dbg).
> the libraries have relatively strong dependencies. Thus, I would prefer the 
> second option since it would not be useful to split them up.

Ok, agreed.

> In my institute, there are external applications which build upon these 
> libraries. If I understand you correctly, the (anticipated) libodin1-dev 
> package would then contain the headers and libs of all Odin libraries, 
> installed under /usr/include and /usr/lib so that the external applications 
> can be easily compiled against them?

Exactly. :)


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