[Sugar-devel] Compiler warnings building olpcsound
dr at jones.dk
Mon Apr 27 09:09:53 EDT 2009
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On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 01:02:16PM +0100, Victor.Lazzarini at nuim.ie wrote:
>Crude Hack? I am sorry? I spent a few months last year producing
>the olpcsound Fedora package, thanks very much. That is no hack.
No _I_ am sorry. And apologize for my bogus fingerpointing!
I confused this issue with that of libabiword, where the authors wrote
the following comment in the Makefile for the library:
> # Hack together a shared library for testing purposes (e.g. olpc).
I found that note when investigating why the library was only built
shared, not also static as is required in Debian.
Confusion is no excuse for my bad behavior - I only include the reason
in an attempt to explain where it came from (i.e. not entirely out of
the blue, and related to Sugar, but unrelated to CSound).
Again: Please do accept my apology.
* Jonas Smedegaard - idealist og Internet-arkitekt
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