Andrey Borzenkov wrote:
� Mon, 10 Dec 2012 17:10:44 -0800
Linda Walsh <suse(a)tlinx.org> �����:
Subject says it all -- install gvim, then update
perl to a newer version --
watch gvim fail.
bor@opensuse:~> perl -V:ccdlflags
If you think this is wrong, you have to raise it upstream.
The problem isn't perl, it's vim.
Update your perl to 5.16.1 or higher and see how vim works.
Problems are in the vim.spec file mainly. Someone added the version to the
Second issue -- is it shouldn't be "linked" with perl/python AT all.
That bug is also in the spec file.
It needs to use dynamic linking vs. the runtime-static linking now used.
Why anyone would build it to *require* perl/python, etc at load time, is
beyond me. If a user doesn't use those features, why should they need
those libraries hard-linked with the binaries?
Use the configure options (in vim) of --<scriptoption>=dynamic, vs. just
using --<scriptoption>, which defaults to yes, meaning 'always'.
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