Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-17 Thread Petteri Räty

Alin Năstac kirjoitti:

Petteri Räty wrote:

Alin Năstac kirjoitti:

Petteri Räty wrote:

Benedikt Morbach kirjoitti:

In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
just like e.g. qt3 and qt4


Probably. Even better would be to get rid of sqlite2 but that
probably doesn't happen any time soon.

I understood this will be the case, so I removed sqlite2 support from
mail-filter/dspam even though it could support both versions.


If a program supports both then go with sqlite3. The things is that
there are sqlite2 only things left. I don't have much interest in
sqlite2.



If a program supports only sqlite2, shouldn't sqlite? (
=dev-db/sqlite-2* ) be used as dependency atom?



Yeah. Depending on both slots doesn't work for binary packages for 
example because the SONAME is different.


Regards,
Petteri



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Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-17 Thread Caleb Tennis

 If a program supports both then go with sqlite3. The things is that
 there are sqlite2 only things left. I don't have much interest in sqlite2.

For anyone interested: I dropped sqlite2 from the new qt-4.4 currently masked in
portage.  I also made it so that the sqlite flag just turns on sqlite3, per the
conversation we've previously had about this.

Caleb

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Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-16 Thread Petteri Räty

Alin Năstac kirjoitti:

Petteri Räty wrote:

Benedikt Morbach kirjoitti:


In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
just like e.g. qt3 and qt4



Probably. Even better would be to get rid of sqlite2 but that probably 
doesn't happen any time soon.


I understood this will be the case, so I removed sqlite2 support from 
mail-filter/dspam even though it could support both versions.




If a program supports both then go with sqlite3. The things is that 
there are sqlite2 only things left. I don't have much interest in sqlite2.


Regards,
Petteri



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Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-16 Thread Alin Năstac
Petteri Räty wrote:
 Alin Năstac kirjoitti:
 Petteri Räty wrote:
 Benedikt Morbach kirjoitti:

 In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
 control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
 just like e.g. qt3 and qt4


 Probably. Even better would be to get rid of sqlite2 but that
 probably doesn't happen any time soon.

 I understood this will be the case, so I removed sqlite2 support from
 mail-filter/dspam even though it could support both versions.


 If a program supports both then go with sqlite3. The things is that
 there are sqlite2 only things left. I don't have much interest in
 sqlite2.


If a program supports only sqlite2, shouldn't sqlite? (
=dev-db/sqlite-2* ) be used as dependency atom?




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Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-14 Thread Petteri Räty

Benedikt Morbach kirjoitti:


In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
just like e.g. qt3 and qt4



Probably. Even better would be to get rid of sqlite2 but that probably 
doesn't happen any time soon.


Regards,
Petteri



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Re: [gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-14 Thread Alin Năstac

Petteri Räty wrote:

Benedikt Morbach kirjoitti:


In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
just like e.g. qt3 and qt4



Probably. Even better would be to get rid of sqlite2 but that probably 
doesn't happen any time soon.


I understood this will be the case, so I removed sqlite2 support from 
mail-filter/dspam even though it could support both versions.




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[gentoo-dev] sqlite/sqlite3 useflag inconsistency

2008-01-09 Thread Benedikt Morbach
Hi out there,

as I was told on bugzilla, I am taking this here.

I do not know if this was proposed earlier, but I noticed, that
USE=sqlite seems to just pull in any dev-db/sqlite, which in many
cases does not really mean any, like
DEPEND=sqlite? dev-db/sqlite
would do, but something like
DEPEND=sqlite? ( =dev-db/sqlite-3 ) ## from app-portage/eix/eix-0.10.3.ebuild

While sqlite3 pulls in dev-db/sqlite-3* (At least it should, I have
not really checked that one)

In my humble opinion it would be nice to have a greater degree of
control by separating this into two useflags, sqlite2 and sqlite3,
just like e.g. qt3 and qt4

Regards,
Benedikt
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