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Re: groupware for Fedora



On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 11:41 +0200, Helge Hess wrote:
> On Jul 3, 2006, at 09:42, Erwin Rol wrote:
> >> Build instructions are also available, SOPE:
> >>    http://sope.opengroupware.org/en/build/thirdparty.html
> >>    http://sope.opengroupware.org/en/build/sope.html
> >> and OGo:
> >>    http://www.opengroupware.org/en/devs/build/ogo.html
> >>
> >> Those do not work for you on a supported platform??? (i.e. not 64bit)
> >> If not, please provide feedback! (feedback opengroupware org or one
> >> of the mailing lists)
> >
> > As explained in the other mail, its not the RPM's provided by OGo but
> > building the SRPM's in a Fedora compatible way.
> 
> The instructions above are for tarballs, not for RPMs. And together  
> with the existing specfiles it should be reasonably easy to produce a  
> set of Fedora compatible specs (in fact you only need to strip out  
> the generic $(var) stuff in the specfiles and you should be done).
> 
> (probably this is what Axel did?, I didn't know about it :-)

The things upto and including sope are probably easy to add to FE.
Opengroupware it self might need some tuning to fit into the FE
buildsystem. 

> > On 64bit the number of compiler warnings is just scary, it is very
> > unlikely that they are all harmless.
> 
> As mentioned again and again OGo is not (yet) ported to 64bit ;-)  
> This is probably not a hard task, but needs to be done (and yes you  
> are right, those warnings must be fixed for that ;-)
> 
> BTW stuff like that (those are the majority of the warnings when  
> compiling with gcc 4.1 on 32bit):
> 
>    NGLdapAttribute.m:66: warning: pointer type mismatch in  
> conditional expression
> 
> are in fact harmless. Its due to a small bug in the GCC type checker.
> (but there are probably others on 64bit which are problematic)

Well due to the large number of harmless warnings the non-harmless
warnings will be missed. I think software should compile without
warnings or even with -Werror.

- Erwin






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