Having read the comments on viewer-release repo and your comment concerning ABI
mismatch I want to submit the following:
I have put together in a VM Debian / stretch. My past linux builds have been on
Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 using gcc-4.8 and 4.9.
Stretch has neither gcc-4.9 nor libpngl2. Both of these are in wheezy. Adding
wheezy to sources.list then apt-get update and apt-get install will place these
in stretch then, comment out the lines about wheezy in sources.list and apt-get
update again. Don’t apt-get upgrade with the wheezy lines active. Building
non Alex Ivy code went fine with this setup.
Ubuntu is a good choice also and has the advantage of being able to build a VM
I don’t think repo commit comments is the right place to discuss future
> On Jan 26, 2018, at 3:31 AM, Henri Beauchamp <sl...@free.fr> wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jan 2018 01:34:09 +0100, Henri Beauchamp wrote:
>> However, it might be a problem with Dullahan, since CEF is now compiled with
>> Ubuntu 16.04 LTS,
> Scratch that !
> On the CEF build Wiki, they cite 14.04, but the link points to a page that
> itself points to 16.04... So, if to believe the Wiki text, Ubuntu 14.04 is
> used to build the latest CEF...
> Ubuntu 14.04 uses gcc v4.8 and glibc 2.19, just like Debian Jessie (either
> of those two could then be the Linux build system of choice).
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