RPATH order problem
hausmann at kde.org
Thu May 17 21:16:52 CEST 2007
On Thursday 17 May 2007 20:54:19 Brad King wrote:
> Allen Winter wrote:
> > On Thursday 17 May 2007 2:46:39 pm Brad King wrote:
> >> Brad King wrote:
> >>> David Faure wrote:
> >>>> I was talking to Simon on IRC and he suggested that -L/usr/lib32
> >>>> should also not be generated. Can I suggest this patch? (I see that
> >>>> the CMake-2-4 branch is unchanged after this discussion, so this is
> >>>> still TODO)
> >>> [snip]
> >>>> emitted.insert("/usr/lib");
> >>>> + emitted.insert("/usr/lib32");
> >>>> + emitted.insert("/usr/lib64");
> >>> Yes, this has been on my TODO list since that conversation. I've
> >>> committed it to the main tree but need to wait for a day or two of
> >>> nightly tests before I can put it on the branch.
> >> Okay, this fix is now in the 2.4 branch. It will be included in 2.4.7.
> > Is this fix important enough to justify requiring 2.4.7 for KDE 4.0?
> That's up to David, but I don't think so. His problem was pretty
> obscure. Either way it's not worth it until 2.4.7 is actually out :)
My vote is clearly on requiring 2.4.7 for KDE 4.0.
This problem happens for example for every KDE 4 developer who has an Ubuntu
or a Debian installation on an amd64 machine that includes Ubuntu/Debian's Qt
4 packages. Having the Qt 4 packages installed is a matter of installing one
of about 30 Qt 4 based packages, including popular ones such as the lastfm
player or wengophone. So yes, I think it's easy to run into this problem and
I'm therefore all in favour of requiring 2.4.7.
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