2010/10/16 Dan S <danstowell+de...@gmail.com>:
> 2010/10/6 Felipe Sateler <fsate...@debian.org>:
>> Hi all, (Dan CCed because I'm not sure if you are subscribed to the list)
>> I managed to take a few minutes to take a look at the package and it is
>> not in a very good shape (it was still using simple-patchsys!). I have
>> worked a bit on it, but it still has a long way to go. I will try to
>> work on it during this week, I think I can find one hour or two.
>> Dan, as you are part of upstream, could you comment on the patches
>> included in the packaging? I can see they are in upstream svn ubuntu
>> packaging module, with yourself as last commiter on most of them. They
>> are older than the latest sc release, though.
> Hi - sorry for slow reply, I missed this thread. Most of the patches
> are by other people but I will try to comment:
> 02_disable_elisp_compilation.diff
>  - not sure I'm afraid, it's connected with the emacs sc3 mode, which
> I don't use. Looks like it might disable something from running simply
> because the build machine isn't the target machine.
> 03_fix_elisp_install_path.diff
>  - another emacs mode thing, not sure.
> 06_deb_scvim.diff
>  - build machine != target machine so don't error out if no ruby executable
> 07_deb_sced.diff
>  - build machine != target machine so don't modify machine's mime database
> 08_deb_scvim_checkactive.diff
>  - the 'scvim' script is a wrapper which launches vim with the sc3
> plugin. debian vim-addons policy requires the plugin not to be
> auto-enabled when installing, so we must modify the scvim script to
> detect if the addon is not enabled, and to help the user enable it if
> they want to. (Needs to be a patch since vim-addon-manager not
> necessarily used on all linuxes)
> 10_fix_rpath.diff
>  - I'm not clear on why the change from -rpath to -rpath-link has to
> be done here as a patch. cc'ing this message to Артём who may be able
> to comment on this, and possibly others.
> Dan


This last patch was added to fix rpath that pointed to the build
directory. -rpath-link only used rpath at the linking stage, so the
binaries in /usr are sane.


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