On Oct 14, 2008, at 6:54 AM, Eric MSP Veith wrote:
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> On Monday 13 October 2008, Jeff Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> (untested) Try undefining USE_LUA_SHADOW and USE_LUA_CHKCONFIG.
> thanks alot, that worked. RPM now compiles smoothly.
good. rpm-5.1.6 with fixes for internal lua (or otherwise not assuming
those 2 defines for linux) is likely pending.
> So, the bottom line is: Switching from RPM4 to RPM5 _should_ work
> with a
> little handwork, but isn't guranteed; however, BDB's standard recovery
> functions can be used. That's good to hear, actually. :-)
I'd *love* to provide a guarantee of interoperability w rpm4, but I
do that unilaterally when there is a active fork in progress.
E.g., gdb is segfaulting on me daily switching between rpm5 <-> rpm4,
and there is nothing whatsoever I can do @rpm5.org about the issue,
how gdb is
built in Fedora 10 plain and simply ain't my problem mon.
Personally, I think its Really Bad Craziness to link -lrpm into gdb.
But that's just my POV.
73 de Jeff
Received on Tue Oct 14 15:57:51 2008