Re: [gnome-love] compiling gnome-core
- From: Wayne Schuller <k_wayne linuxpower org>
- To: Rico Facionado <ras_kalb yahoo com>
- Cc: gnome-love gnome org
- Subject: Re: [gnome-love] compiling gnome-core
- Date: 10 Feb 2002 14:47:00 +1100
Thanks Wayne. For a start about understanding how to
compile big projects, the aim that
I mentioned previously:
If I just download the latest tarballs, would I need
to remove the previous ones that I compiled?
Excuse the basic question but I gotta start somewhere
in this "jungle" of shared libraries and dependencies.
You could make uninstall the previous tarball, but to be honest, I never
do this. (and I've just installed new tarballs over old for many years)
Libraries have a fairly good way of keeping themselves independent, and
gnome names it library versions very carefully.
The only issue I have seen is that you are tight on hdd space you
sometimes have to carefully remove some old libraries VERY CAREFULLY by
Others might disagree.
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