Problems with svncpp, what to do?
apaku at gmx.de
Thu Apr 3 12:38:10 UTC 2008
On 02.04.08 23:55:10, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> Matt told me today that subversion support doesn't build for him. The
> reason is that he's using svncpp (rapidsvn C++ client lib) 0.9.6, while
> I used 0.9.4 while working on svn support. I also had that version
> installed until today (did an upgrade). Apparently the rapidsvn devs
> don't have any binary compatibility - or even source compat - policy and
> simply reworked large parts of the API.
> I'm not sure what to do now, unfortunately there's no way to do a
> version check (as far as I can see), because they didn't feel like
> increasing the SOVERSION of the library and there's also no header with
> version information. 0.9.6 is relatively new, so I don't want to
> introduce a dependency on it and thus keep everybody else out...
> Any ideas?
I need to correct myself. They actually did increase their SOVERSION,
its just the debian packager who screwed up (for me that is).
I've requested inclusion of a version number in one of their headers to
be able to more easily distinguish between the versions.
Courage is your greatest present need.
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