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Re: [opensuse-packaging] openSUSE 11.0 - call for package updates
  • From: Fridrich Strba <fstrba@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 19:29:13 +0100
  • Message-id: <478CFB79.4020007@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
| I do checked them ;) and critized them with patches :-)
| you can now check out the improved versions
| osc co home:elvigia libwps
| osc co home:elvigia libwpg

Hello, thank you for your work. I would like to comment though on one
thing. I don't thing that it is really necessary to have the package
name redundant like libwps-0_1-1. All libraries that I maintain, I make
the build system the way that between two minor releases they are
parallel installable including the devel files. The reason is that they
are C++ libraries and adding a method to an interface class makes them
to break ABI. And since different products that depend on them might
have different release cycles, it is highly likely that one will have to
have two versions during some time on the system. That is why the
sonames are as well as The
other reason is that win32 build using libtool is addint the libtool
versioning normally to the dll name, so I avoid the libtool versioning
in the makefiles and rely on the library name only. That is why I would
propose that the packages produced be called libwpg1 libwpg1-devel and
libwpg-tools. This would be enough to distinguish them without really
making the name too complicated. The libwpg-tools I would leave it
without the versioning, because libwpg-tools produced by libwpg-0.1.x
will not be parallel installable with those produced by libwpg-0.2.x.

Thanks again for your work and please, people, consider this considerations.

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