Kay requested that we install glib libraries (libglib, libgmodule,
libgthread, libgobject and libgio) in /lib instead of /usr/lib as some
of the early init action will need glib.
It turns out that glib has a --with-runtime-libdir configure flag that
builds glib in /usr/lib but moves the non-devel libraries (*.so.*) to
the specific director. This would work fine as glib only links to
libraries living in /lib already.
I quickly looked at that and the only downside is that the gio modules
and all the gsettings API (from libgio) cannot be used if /usr is not
available. I don't expect anything to use those during the early stage
of the boot process, so it should be okay.
(Alternatively, we can choose to keep libgio in /usr/lib, but it could
well be used, so...)
Any opinion on this?
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