randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Aug 29 09:08:17 PDT 2009
DJ Lucas wrote these words on 08/29/09 10:13 CST:
> I read that as if you are suggesting that we remove recommended
> dependencies all together.
No, we absolutely need it. For exactly the type of case you present.
> For example you
> cited earlier NSS. If you have sqlite3 installed, and use the built-in
> libsqlite3, the /usr/lib/libsqlite* can get overwritten, breaking
> anything that is already linked against it.
I saw your commit to add the note. That completes it and makes it a
perfect example of when to use Recommended.
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