[Libreoffice] CVER / C52 cleaning
ftigeot at wolfpond.org
Fri Apr 8 05:02:01 PDT 2011
On Thu, Apr 07, 2011 at 04:16:28PM +0100, Michael Meeks wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-04-06 at 22:31 +0200, Francois Tigeot wrote:
> > CVER is defined in set_solenv.in and propagated in form of defines to the
> > entire source tree.
> We're not worried about the Solaris build - we don't ship on that
> platform, so feel free to ignore that.
No developpers, no users, no problems :p
I've pushed a few commits to reduce C52 usage.
> > I've found it is almost unused expect in the following cases
> > - when set to C52 (version 5.2 of a solaris-specific compiler)
> > - when set to M1500 or M1600 (Microsoft Visual Studio compilers ?)
> I guess removing the -DCVER in the cflags would be fine if we can show
> there is no source using it.
Hopefully it could be done soon.
How often is opengrok refreshed ? It's quite good to find that sort of
> > Could a Solaris user confirm whether C52 is indeed completely obsolete
> > or not in the year 2011 ?
> I would just ignore it :-) when the Illumos (the only Solaris I care
> about personally) guys get to building LibreOffice, I imagine they will
> use gcc (free software) anyway.
You mean OpenIndiana ?
AFAIK, Illumos is a sort of Linux/GNU team maintaining what was the old
OpenSolaris kernel and associated userland tools.
We then have different projects building on this base to produce complete
distributions. There's Nexenta and OpenIndiana I'm aware of. Nexenta is a
storage-server oriented system so they probably won't care.
That leaves OpenIndiana: http://openindiana.org/
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