Minimal install diff from F16 to F19 (TC6)
Fedora at FamilleCollet.com
Thu Jun 20 10:32:35 UTC 2013
Le 20/06/2013 12:18, Harald Hoyer a écrit :
> On 06/20/2013 11:59 AM, Remi Collet wrote:
>> Le 20/06/2013 11:52, Harald Hoyer a écrit :
>>> $ rpm -q --whatrequires json-c
>>> no package requires json-c
>> Probably should try
>> $ rpm -q --whatrequires \
>> "libjson.so.0()(64bit)" \
>> => pulseaudio, abrt, libreport, ...
> This cries for the compile option "-Wl,--as-needed"
I think I have explain that when updated to 0.11.
libjson.so is just a artefact to allow applications build with it to
continue to work.
libjson-c.so is the correct library
(renamed by upstream because of name conflicts with other projects).
So, if an application is link with -ljson it will fail and need a fix.
As usually, correct way is to use pkg-config output
$ pkg-config --cflags json-c
$ pkg-config --libs json-c
And, for compatibility, to avoid to much problem
$ pkg-config --libs json
Notice : this layer will be dropped in the future.
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