FWIW, one way to make your life a lot easier might be to statically link
against libprotobuf.  That way you do not need to distribute anything, and
you do not need to distribute a new package when you update to a new version
of protocol buffers.  This is the approach we take at Google -- we
statically link everything except basic system libraries.

On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 3:05 PM, Peter Keen <peter.k...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
> I was wondering if anyone out there had built an RPM spec file for
> protobuf. I'll be needing to distribute the C++ runtime library to a
> set of machines and I'd like to be able to chuck something in a shared
> yum repo and be done with it, rather than having to copy around a
> tarball or something.
> Thanks,
> Pete
> >

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