On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 05:13:31 -0700 Piotr Ożarowski wrote: > > > * can you do with lzma something similar to you did with bz2 and zlib? > > No, not at the moment. The lzma-dev doesn't provide a shared object. I > > changed > > it now to link against the static libraries from lzma-dev instead of the > > LzmaDecode-stuff in ./main/7zip/. > > The ./main/lzma/ stuff cannot be changed because it is taken from libxz > > (as it > > was called liblzma). This isn't packaged in debian yet. See #518803 and > > #532501 for more informations. > ok, you forgot to disable 111-system-unlzma.patch, though Why should I do that? You asked me to change it in a way that it uses shared objects from debian. This cannot be done because there is no shared object in lzma*. This means that I changed it to do a static link against libunlzma as much as possible as I wrote before. Can you please write something more specific about your intention? I don't see a good reason to disable that patch right now. Maybe there is a little bit confusion about lzma/lzma-dev/liblzma/libxz/7z. Best regards, Sven
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