On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 08:28:07PM +0200, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
Take a look at the telepathy-gabble definition. Other modules try to apply patches as well but actually don't because they're using the wrong syntax. (*)xulrunner now fails to build with gcc 4.4 (in F11) because of a tinyerror in an #elif directive. Is there a way in jhbuild to apply patchesto sources?
xulrunner is also one of the worst compile time hog we have. If we could only build it on distros that require it, it would save a lot of trouble to a lot of developers.
+5. See  for what you can do to change that. ;)
You mean you want to break Browse for Debian (the only system where we actually compile xulrunner ourselves)? No icecream for you :-PI'd vote for disabling it now and lazily wait to see if someone complains before actually adding a workaround.
Do you mean we should run "./sugar-jhbuild depscheck" before each build or is it not working at all for you? In the former case, I would recommend against at, as depscheck is rather slow. In the latter case, please provide more details (distro version, exact error output, lsb_release output, ...).4) We could check for prerequisites before starting the build. Someconfigure scripts are stupid enough to fail tests silently and proceedanyway using "no" as a command name in make :-)
(*) I've not yet had time to check whether these patches should actually be applied. Seems like it has been broken for quite some time (if it ever worked), so the patches are likely to be stale.
 http://dev.sugarlabs.org/ticket/137 CU Sascha -- http://sascha.silbe.org/ http://www.infra-silbe.de/
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