Re: [4.0.1-0phase1v11] xlibgl1 shlibs
Yes, I'm replying to my own post...
>> "Marcelo E. Magallon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >> Branden Robinson <email@example.com> writes:
> > What, specifically, do you suggest, again? Please show me the
> > exact format so I don't screw it up. :)
> libGL 1 libgl1
of course I didn't mean the libOSmesa line has to be dropped.
> That is to say, an application linked with the libGL library in
> xlibgl1 /must not/ fail to load if, say, mesag3 is installed instead.
meaning, you should not receive a "foobar symbol not defined" kind of
error from the dynamic linker.
> "normal" dri module does. If some uncautious soul ITPs the
> NVidia drivers (which, AFAIR, is not allowed by the license),
> he'll have to Replace: xserver-xfree86 ...
just a note for this hypothetical foolish soul: "Replaces" doesn't
work. NVidia's glx module is called "libglx.so" and is a shared
"library". XFree86's glx module is called libglx.a and it's an ar
archive. In the current state, these hypothetical packages should
divert xserver-xfree86's libglx.a. Branden, with this information in
mind it's up to you if you want to move the glx module to the xlibgl1
package, personally I don't think I would bother.