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Re: loserjabber and xmms or not?

On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 05:05:59PM -0400, Adam C Powell IV wrote:

> There are a few options, it seems: you could separate xmms from libxmms (though
> that would require cooperation of the other author), or build two binary

When you link it with xmms, it uses xmms, not only libs.

> packages for loserjabber with and without the title extraction and filing (if
> there's a --without-xmms configure option).  

Yeah, this is the trivial solution, but having all the feature, included
xmms support, could be a good thing.

> The latter would be something like
> zephyr instant messaging, which can be built with or without Kerberos
> authentication support.

It can be built with or without xmms support.

> You could also link against the static lib, creating a larger binary but
> removing the xmms dependency.

I do not think it's useful, linking to libxmms allows to use xmms


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