On Tuesday 21 February 2012 05:12:16 pm Timothy Pearson wrote:
> > On Tuesday 21 February 2012 04:51:26 pm Timothy Pearson wrote:
> >> >> On 02/21/2012 02:49 PM, Timothy Pearson wrote:
> >> >> > The only reason I haven't compiled into Ubuntu< Oneiric is that it
> >> is
> >> >> > only available as a package in Oneiric and up.
> >> >
> >> > As long as it doesn't introduce any issues, and as long as it can
> >> coexist
> >> > with normal libjpeg, why not compile a version for TDE just for the
> >> > distros/versions that don't already have it?
> >> >
> >> It seems to require multilib, and I don't want to get into repackaging
> >> it
> >> (due to my perpetual lack of time).
> > I meant starting with R14 :-)
> > I've never heard of something requiring multilib, nor should it if it's
> > build on x86, since anything compiled on there is basically "monolib"
> > anyway.
> The way they did the libturbo packages ensures that they won't build on
> anything less than oneiric. All I know is that it relies on the
> /usr/lib-<archname>/ structure.
If that's just the Ubuntu package of libjpeg-turbo (not the normal libjpeg-turbo), that makes more sense. I've seen quite a few things in Ubuntu where I couldn't figure out their reasoning.
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