r7993 - in trunk/BOOK: . introduction/welcome x/lib

DJ Lucas dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Aug 29 23:46:36 PDT 2009


Wayne Blaszczyk wrote:
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> Guy Dalziel wrote:
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>> On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 11:49:37PM -0600, wblaszcz at linuxfromscratch.org wrote:
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>>> +    &lfs65_built;
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>> I've noticed that you are using this entity quite often. I created this
>> entity to cover specific packages that can't be easily tested, such as
>> ALSA firmware or the ALSA tools that are specific to particular cards.
>> If I've updated a particular program but I can't test it I will use it,
>> but only because I expect someone who uses the program to test it. Since
>> libxklavier is a library you only need to find a program that compiles
>> against it in order to regard it as tested. Please use the
>> lfs65_compiled entity, or save its use until the point where the program
>> is actually tested. Save lfs65_built for the rare occassions when
>> something will remain in a state of non-testedness or you are unable to
>> test it yourself. 
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> Sorry, I didn't realise that compiling an App against the library in
> question was considered a test. I'll make the changes on the next commit.
> Regards,
> Wayne.
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>   

That's alright, I argued for the inclusion and completely forgot about 
it.  I will go through and fix my recent commits shortly.

-- DJ Lucas


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