libselinx-devel: Needed for vim?
jvian10 at charter.net
Thu Dec 8 06:27:52 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2005-12-07 at 19:44 -0800, Bill Rees wrote:
> Jeff Vian wrote:
> >On Wed, 2005-12-07 at 18:33 -0800, Bill Rees wrote:
> >> I downloaded the vim source code in fc 4 and behold. It requires
> >>libselinux-devel sources in order to compile but I cannot find that srpm
> >>on fedora.redhat.com/download. I can find libselinux itself which I'm
> >>tyring now to see if that will work but I'll have to dummy up a .pc file
> >>to satisfy the configure script. Would someone clue me in on where
> >>libselinux-devel.srpm lives?
> >>Bill Rees
> >Maybe I don't understand what you need, but why roll your own from
> >source when vim is part of the distribution and the RPMs are there?
> >Yum will install vim and all the needed requisites (if any) for you.
> >Is there something special you are doing to vim that requires it be
> >other than the distributed version??
> Well there are a couple of fixes to vim in fc4 that I want on my fc2
> system so I cannot really install the rpms, at least I don't think so
> (gcc4 versus gcc3). The fixes to vim are a better integration with tag
> files that will display all definitions for a tag so you can choose
> which one vim goes to. The fc2 vim just goes to the first one so I'm
> running across several bad tag references. Naively, I thought I could
> find the srpms and then build everything needed.
That makes sense now. You did not say what version of FC you were
using, and mine with FC4 has everything I use, but then I don't stretch
most things to the limit either.
I certainly see where going from FC2 to FC4 versions would give added
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