On Tue 30 Mar 2004 12:58, Michel Schinz <Michel.Schinz@epfl.ch> writes:
> Eric Knauel <email@example.com> writes:
>> This package contains code written in C and uses the reader for
>> .la-files to figure out the name of the shared library to load. I
>> guess that this package is the first package to use that code. Thus,
>> it's also a test for the packaging library.
>> So, put it to the test! ;-)
> I tested it at work, where we have mostly Linux boxes with a Solaris
> server (acting as a NIS server, among other things). I'm happy to
> report that it installs and works flawlessly. (I didn't perform very
> sophsticated tests, just a few queries on our "passwd" table).
Good news. ;-) Thanks for testing!
>> One (little) known problem: If you install the package for multiple
>> platforms, the second run of the install script will complain while
>> copying the scheme files because they are already there. I ought to
>> add a check for that case.
> Doesn't --non-shared-only help in that case?
Uhm, yes. I wasn't aware of the fact that there is something like
"Excuse me --- Di Du Du Duuuuh Di Dii --- Huh Weeeheeee" (Albert King)
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