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[Libcdio-devel] --enable-cpp-progs and removal of exposed driver enumera


From: Rocky Bernstein
Subject: [Libcdio-devel] --enable-cpp-progs and removal of exposed driver enumerations
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 10:19:10 -0400

If I recall correctly, the feeling was that packagers wanted smaller
distributions and/or don't want the C++ code. This is why --enable-cpp-progs
by default is disabled. One of the major proponents of this point of
view<http://blog.flameeyes.eu/2007/11/17/a-bunch-of-silly-c-libraries>is
Flameeyes.

But if it is enabled yes, I guess it would be a bug if the pkgconfig files
are not installed.

If you could work up a patch to fix this, that'd be fantastic. Thanks.

While on the topic of distributions and changes, I should note that the git
repository now has work done by Nicolas Boullis to reduce fture ABI breakage
and corrects an API misfeature.

However should I have misrepresented things (and it is not uncommon for me
to get things wrong), I hope others will speak up and correct me.

2009/8/6 Stanislav Brabec <address@hidden>

> Hallo.
>
> I am just packaging libcdio-0.81 and found and interesting problem
> there:
>
> Without --enable-cpp-progs, C++ libraries are built, but C++ library
> pkgconfig files are not installed. I guess it is not the intended
> behavior.
>
> I don't have a patch for it, but I can look into this problem. It seems,
> that --enable-cpp-progs is by default disabled.
>
> --
> Best Regards / S pozdravem,
>
> Stanislav Brabec
> software developer
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