[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 575922] disabling subsystems cause API break

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Thu Mar 19 04:48:51 PDT 2009

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------- Comment #3 from Jan Schmidt  2009-03-19 11:48 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> You mean disabling the debugging subsystem causes an *ABI* break, right?
> I think what you suggest makes sense in the sense that it's more consistent,
> but I'm not sure I see the use case for it. Who would want to disable the
> debugging system while still maintaining ABI compatibility?

The first use case that springs to mind is if you want to support binary plugin
modules built by someone that might not care enough to ensure they build them
against a GStreamer with the same stuff disabled as you have.

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