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Re: wolverine and the openssl package

On Thursday 15 March 2001 14:01, you wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 01:32:34PM -0800, Hugo Carvalho wrote:
> > On Thursday 15 March 2001 11:40, Nalin Dahyabhai wrote:
> > > On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 11:06:36AM -0800, Hugo Carvalho wrote:
> > > > shouldn't openssl-0.96.rpm provide both? (so.0 and so.1)
> > >
> > > That would require the openssl package to include shared libraries for
> > > all prior versions for the rest of time (now that's terrifying).  The
> >
> > not even a symbolic link?
> A symbolic link from .so.0 to .so.1 would be very bad.  The reason
> the soname is different is because the two libraries are not binary-


but that's when binary compat is broken...

my current experience:

upgrading open to openssl-0.96
  provides libssl.so.1

several installed  packages require libssl.so.0

ok -> get updates for those packges that use libssl.so.1
found some
others didn't
kdevelop-1.4-5 uses libssl.so.0

ok -> get source and compile agains libssl.so.1
maybe I'm lucky and don't need to change code... just rebuild

now what about packages I don't get source?

ok -> i'm toasted...

I might be missing something... and in that cas my apologies for such a long 

but I believed taht the so.x scheme worked because whenever a new version
broke compat, a copy of the older version would be left behind...
is it?

after insalling all rawhide upgrades over wolverine kmail didnt work because 
libssl.so.0 was missing
I did a sym link to libssl.so.1 and it worked... until it calls some func that
has changed in the new lib I guess...

my bad?



> compatible (structure sizes have changed, some functions which did
> not return values do now).
> Using a different soname allows multipler versions of the shared
> library to be installed simultaneously while making sure that apps
> always get the right one.
> Nalin
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