[Libreoffice] [PATCH] Build extensions by default
rene at debian.org
Tue Sep 20 05:56:02 PDT 2011
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 02:25:47PM +0200, Tomáš Chvátal wrote:
> this patch enables building all the extensions by default instead of
> requiring user to run --enable-blabla.
> I enabled all extensions that do not pose any huge external deps,
> please let me know if you find it ok or if you find any issues, so I
> could commit it to the master.
Uhm, no, please don't enable third-party extensions per default.
Assing all the --disable-flags is more cumbersome than adding
--enable-flags for those wanted.
Third-party extensions should be buolt and distributed separetely if they
can be built separately.
I am OK with enabling those which are already in core, but please
don't enable any of those which need extra stuff ./download'ed...
And you enable LanguageTool, which is license-problematic anyways
because if it having only binary-only dicts without easy possibility
to rebuild them. (At least that was the case when I last checked,
but I doubt that this has changed)
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