What does it mean if there is no dependency?

Gueven Bay guevenbay at web.de
Mon Dec 13 10:15:56 PST 2004


BLFS Development List <blfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org> schrieb am 13.12.04 19:03:59:
> 
> Gueven Bay wrote:
> 
> >Hello,
> >
> >Can someone here tell me what does it mean if there is no
> >dependency for a package?
> >
> >For example: popt-1.7 has no dependency(at least there is no
> >dependency written in the book).
> >
> >Does it mean, that I only need gcc+glibc (or Perl/Python+some mods); that
> >is I only need a (sane) development environment?
> >
> >best regards
> >Gueven Bay
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> >  
> >
> Exactly.  If no dependencies are listed, then you should be able to 
> build that package with a bare LFS system.

Okay thanks for the very fast answer,
but what is the method if I want to write an exact dependency just for these
packages (for example popt-1.7)? Have I to look into the configure/make scripts?


best regards
Gueven Bay 
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