Re: Issue with dpkg-shlibdepds
Thanks Mike. Sorted that issue out. Didn't realize I'd commented out dh_makeshlibs =)
Another issue sprung up, though. What I need to be able to do now is have libngi3 (0.8) and libngi3 (0.9) installed at the same time. They don't share any binaries that are the same.
I assume this means that I actually have to make libngi3-0.9 and libngi3-0.8 packages as separate entities? Or is there a way to make a package not replace itself if there's something using it?
On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 11:25 PM, Mike Hommey <email@example.com>
On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 04:09:21PM -0700, Joe Smith wrote:Is the application built from the same source package as libmylib ? If
> Can you provide any insight on how I can get dpkg-shlibdeps to pick this up
> automatically without having to hardcode the libmylib (= 0.8) dependency and
> having to change that every time a new library is compiled against?
so, try the -S option of dpkg-shlibdeps. Otherwise, does you library
package include a shlibs or a symbols file ? If not, you need to invoke
dh_makeshlibs (if you use debhelper).