On Friday 2019-06-21 10:51, Matěj Cepl wrote:
neovim decided in its latest versions (..) to [use] luv
Lua library and link
Linking is a technically easier case than dlopen, so why not.
It bundles its own version of the library, but I think
it is necessary
to unbundle and use openSUSE package for it.
I see no openSUSE:Factory/*luv*, so can't use that (yet).
It is not always obvious at first whether a bundled component is actually a
tailored copy (it happens in "doomsday" with assimp for example).
Now, I have the question, what should I do? I guess, I
1. Persuade somehow Neovim to link against private module.
That’s probably a nonsense, right?
4. Use neovim's bundled library.
When packages bundle components, they usually link to them (rather than a
system copy). So this is already the default case.
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