Troy A. Griffitts
Mon, 22 May 2000 14:15:51 -0700
Remember 1.5.x is a development thread. It is always easier to develop
from a static library, plus building the shared library takes twice as
long. My thought is that CVS should always default to static only,
whereas builds (even development builds) should default to shared.
Joachim Ansorg wrote:
> A question: Isn't it better to enable shared libraries in Makefile.cfg as default? I think if the user
> has a programs like GnomeSWORD, Cheatah or BibleTime it's better to have a shared library?
> It's waste of disk and ram.
> >Ok everyone, I've merged all the past 2 months worth of work on 1.4.x
> >into the 1.5.x tree. Please let me know if we fixed all your 1.5.x bugs
> >or if we created any new ones.
> >Try out the new range parse functionality with the updated
> >tests/parsekey test program. Localization doesn't seem to work
> >correctly for me when parsing. I'm hoping I'm just typing the wrong
> >letters or that my de.conf file is outdated. Please let me know if it
> >works/doesn't work for you. US locale seems to work ok.
> There's a problem with "parsekey Matthew 1:2-2:3"
> >parsekey "gen 1:1-5,3-7;7:9,10;jas1-5"
> >All the latest stuff is in CVS.
> > -Troy.
> BibleTime - the bible study program for KDE