[PATCH] kdevelop subversion part patch
dukjuahn at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 14:33:51 UTC 2007
2007/2/26, Kris Wong <wongk at seapine.com>:
> > So maybe the code-duplication is something to consider anyway...
> This would introduce a build dependency on the subversion client
> libraries (unless the subversion support was disabled during configure).
> Also, the ioslave was coded to link directly against the subversion libs
> rather than using dlopen, which would also introduce a runtime
> dependency. I don't know that you would want to take that route (at
> least for 3.4.x).
We don't need to worry the run-time dependency.
Let's think about some actual kdevelop user who is using subversion too.
In his computer, svn command-line tools and its libraries are already installed.
We do not need to use dlopen to use subversion libraries.
So, If somebody tries to compile kdevelop, the extra package he should install
is libsvn-devel. For non svn user, he can just disable subversion part.
It looks like a policy problem. Very complicated!
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