On Tuesday 28 March 2017, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
Am 28.03.2017 um 20:58 schrieb Ruediger Meier:
I want a distro where self-built binaries
don't break because of
Do you have an example of such breakage on Leap?
I was not only speaking about _binaries_ but also about scripts using a
versioned shebang or relying on a certain default interpreter.
Or regarding the idea to update python 3.4 to 3.5 just to get a KDE
upgrade running. I dont find that bug report again right now. It was
was luckily declined but would have made all locally installed python3
I'm running self-compiled binaries that I
compiled 10 years ago on
Leap and even tumbleweed without problems.
Of course for real binaries we have some kind of lsb standard interface
which seems to work quite good (at least for libc deps). Moreover
experienced non-admin-users would compile static anyways.
Nethertheless I'm 100% sure that I would find incompatible libtool/.so
versions for whatever lib on TW since 10 years. And I'm almost sure
that I would also find one between Leap releases. Maybe just my
prejudices but it's not hard to imagine that someone builds a kde4 app
against global libs and that it would not work anymore if kde4 is
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