siretart at tauware.de
Tue Oct 24 10:44:03 CEST 2006
Robert Scott <lists at riscott.ukfsn.org> writes:
> On Monday 23 October 2006 21:47, Matthias Urban wrote:
>> No, this is definitely not normal. These three methods are defined in
>> Unit.cc, so you should not need to provide own implementations. Can you
>> compile and link the example applications in the Puma/examples directory?
> Not without making this change. I get an undefined reference to `typeinfo for
> Puma::Unit' from the linker. This happens with both a self-compiled libPuma.a
> and a debian experimental package ( which incidentally didn't include any
> headers so I had a lot of fun trying to generate them ).
Thank you in your interest in the debian packages. I got a request from
a friend to provide a libpuma-dev package, and I uploaded a first test
package to debian/experimental. I don't think that this package is
suitable for a debian release yet, so that's why it is only there.
I'm a bit undecided if this is a good time to introduce a 'real' puma
library package. Your mail shows me that there is indeed interest in
those packages. I plan working on pkg-config support for the next upload
of puma. I'll also check the issue you just reported.
Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4
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