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AW: 3rd party dependencies

From: Filip Moritz <moritz_at_ieb.net>
Date: 2004-11-05 12:01:52 CET

 

> Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
>
> Easy: just run 'dpkg -L libsvn0' and you will see that that
> lib also contains the perl and python bindings.

namely those two?:

# dpkg -L libsvn0
[...]
/usr/lib/libsvn_swig_perl-1.so.0.0.0
/usr/lib/libsvn_swig_py-1.so.0.0.0
[...]

As I understand from the swig website, their purpuse is to use svn from perl
resp. python, not to make perl or python features available to svn, right?

i.e. no feature of libsvn0 is dependent on perl or python, besides it's
usage from either of it, which obviously is.

> File a wishlist bug that libsvn be split, so you can install
> it independently from Perl and Python (I assume that's what you want).

to me it seems like that split has allready happened:

# apt-cache search svn
[...]
libsvn-core-perl - Perl bindings for Subversion (aka. svn)
[...]
python2.3-subversion - Python modules for interfacing with Subversion (aka.
svn)
[...]

I tend to share Ben Collins-Sussman's view, those dependencies must stem
from the developers' needs for perl and python and are spare for the binary
package.

please correct me, if i got something wrong.

thanx,
Filip Moritz

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