thanks for the heads up, upgrading to 2.1.0 noticed that the c++ example now
requires -lpthread, once I compile my application it will need to know about
is there a set of release notes that i need to be aware of, and also are
there any patches against 2.1.0 that I may need, if so how do i find out
what they are?
will "make uninstall" take out all flavors of protocol buffer libraries (I
used make install on top of a prior install and would like to remove the
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 2:22 PM, Kenton Varda <ken...@google.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 4:14 AM, Sushil Shelly <skshe...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I need to upgrade a linux installation of protocol buffers. I have 2.0.3
>> and need to move up to use 2.1.0 - is there a set procedure to do this?
> You can just install it normally. You may also want to recompile any apps
> based on it, but this is not strictly necessary. Although different
> versions of libprotobuf.so are not binary-compatible (C++ sadly makes
> compatibility too difficult to achieve), we use libtool's version numbering
> to make sure that binary-incompatible versions of libprotobuf do not
> overwrite each other. So, any binaries you compiled against the old version
> will continue to use the old version at runtime.
> If you want to uninstall the old version, then run "make uninstall" from
> the same directory where you you ran "make install" to install it.
> BTW, 2.2.0 will be out in the next week or two.
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