Tue Dec 3 02:00:00 GMT 2002
>>>>> "Anthony" == Anthony Green <email@example.com> writes:
Anthony> Not any time soon. It requires linker expertise that is
Anthony> beyond me right now.
Fair enough. I was only asking you since I didn't want to do it :-)
Anthony> However, as Per suggests, I will follow up with the usual
Anthony> suspects (rth and drepper).
Anthony> That being said, there's something that's bothering me about
Anthony> his proposal. For one, my model of building rhug packages
Anthony> where all dependent packages are in an uninstalled build tree
Anthony> isn't addressed, is it?
Isn't that fixed by adding -L options to the link line? I think I
don't understand the situation.
>> Failing that, perhaps option  is our best bet for the time being.
Anthony> Hmmm... which  are you referring to?
Option  was:
3. Keep using GNUJAXP, Xerces, etc as separate packages from libgcj
(with the exception of the core JRE-tracking org.xml/w3c classes).
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