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Re: [Chicken-users] SQLite and opengl eggs don't compile "out of the box
Re: [Chicken-users] SQLite and opengl eggs don't compile "out of the box" with latest release
Sat, 10 Jun 2006 10:18:11 -0700
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On Jun 10, 2006, at 8:49 AM, Dan wrote:
But these aren't just "any eggs". They are, in my
opinion, farily popular. Perhaps the server should
keep download stats for each egg, and perhaps one
should be more careful about breaking eggs in the
"top 20" or something. Do the API's really need to
change so much, anyway?
I don't know of a contract, so "breaking" is a bit strong.
I understand why sqlite3 is not backward compatible, but what is
wrong w/ opengl?
I wouldn't characterize it as API change, rather extension. So, yes,
This situation is well known to the author, Felix.
However, wouldn't expect a direct fix soon, as there
are about 220 eggs, and a lot of authors.
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