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Re: Shared libs in non-standard locations

On Tue, Dec 14, 1999 at 04:16:50PM -0700, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> On 14 Dec 1999, Darren Benham wrote:
> > What about all the regulations we put on shared-libs.  If they're not in
> > one of the key directories, do we care?  Policy seems to indicate that
> > there is no exemption for these beasties. 
> IMHO our policy guidelines for packages represent common 'good practice'
> It is always worthwhile to make all shared libraries follow these rules,
> including things like perl and python modules.
> Jason

Except perl modules don't need static and shared versions, don't need
a -dev package, ....



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