Re: Building perl on a potato system
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Raphael Hertzog, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>Darren built the packages on a slink system but he should have used a
>potato system as it changes many things :
Actually, it's a potato system that has glibc2.1 on hold. I had
promised someone to have a non-glibc2.1 perl package. It's getting
kind've late for that.
>If I remember well, Darren wanted perl to use libdb1 in order to keep
>backward compatibility for the dbm already existing. I'm not well aware of
>the issues involving those libraries so I need your help.
I think the idea of 5.004 using the old libs, while 5.005+ uses the new
BTW, I've integrated your changes and running tests now. I really
appreciate your help.
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