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Timestamp:
2013-06-17T17:23:38+12:00 (8 years ago)
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sjm84
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Under linux, test for linux/magic.h causes a compilation error on older distributions (header file does not exist). New tar-ball with patch to make things run more smoothly on LSB

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  • gs2-extensions/gnome-lib/trunk/src/packages/README.txt

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    8 The bugfixesx to get (this version of) gnome-lib to compile on Darwin:
     8The bugfixes to get (this version of) gnome-lib to compile on Darwin:
    99
    10101. In gs-glib-2.28.1/glib/gatomic.c
     
    1414 although I guess from the surrounding comments that that would result in inferior performance'
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     16When compiling on LSB-32bit, ran in to a compilation error because it could
     17  not find 'linux/magic.h'.  This appears to be linked to the fact that
     18  LSB is using quite an old version of the kernal headers (2.4?).  Newer
     19  version of GLIB have a fix for this.  At this stage we're not planning
     20  on jumping to such a newer version (in case it break other things, such
     21  as cross-compiling for Android).  So we have taken the autoconf fix for
     22  this, and added it in to this version of the source code.  Changed
     23  'configure.ac' and 'glib/gfileutils.c'
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    18252. In gs-libxml2-2.9.0/threads.c
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