[pacman-dev] [PATCH] add support for .so dependencies
Christoph.Schied at uni-ulm.de
Sat Aug 15 10:29:23 EDT 2009
Allan McRae wrote:
>> + find $pkgdir | while read filename
>> + do
>> + arch=$(readelf -h "$filename" 2> /dev/null| sed -nr
>> + [ -n "$arch" ] || continue
> Hmmm.... not good. Think arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
This was actually brain0s idea to make this feature compatible for an
eventually coming multilib system. It should work without problems as
your binaries should be linked against shared objects that match your
arch. Or is it the naming of the variables that bothers you?
> Huh... IFS?
I am not sure about the IFS messing, but I think its necessary to make
sort and uniq work.
> I'm guessing this patch was more a request for comments rather than
> for actual consideration given a few of the issues I point out below
> mean this will not actually work... So I will not comment on
> implementation at all.
I don't see a problem which really prevents this approach on dependency
> As far as the idea goes, I do not like it... This turns makepkg into
> a bit of a black box as you can no longer see the depends and provides
> from the PKGBUILD.
This shouldn't generate new dependencies, as makepkg already needs to
know which packages are needed for building the package. So its a
specialization of the already provided dependencies. If it's not, it's a
bug in the PKGBUILD.
> Although, I do like the idea of having soname provides and depends in
Good to hear that :)
greetings, Christoph Schied
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