fdo#51004: some progress and 10 years old bug pending
matm at gmx.fr
Wed Nov 21 17:49:34 PST 2012
Le Wed, 21 Nov 2012 17:33:20 +0100, <d.ostrovsky at idaia.de> a écrit:
> Quoting Stephan Bergmann <sbergman at redhat.com>:
>> Further clean-up of all the Mozilla-related configure switches
>> (--enable-mozilla, --disable-build-mozilla, --with-mozilla-toolkit,
>> --with-system-mozilla, --with-mozilla-build) and config_host.mk.in
>> variables (BUILD_MOZAB, DEFAULT_MOZILLA_TOOLKIT, MOZILLABUILD,
>> MOZILLA_VRESION, MOZ_FLAVOUR, MOZ_INC, MOZ_LIB, MOZ_LIB_XPCOM,
>> PREBUILD_MOZAB, SYSTEM_MOZILLA, WITH_MOZILLA), which should all now be
>> relevant for Windows only, is highly appreciated.
> the only option that would stay forever (even after dropping the whole
> mozilla mess from the build tree) is --with-mozilla-build. It is used
> for nss to provide some build tools. I suggest to rename this option to
> --with-nss-build or something like that (without name mozilla in it).
Am going for it.
--enable-mozilla now means enable mozilla address book driver on windows
--with-mozilla-build will be renamed to --with-nss-build (although nss is
coming from mozilla, and then, we still downlaod from mozilla.org :)
--with-nss-build is required on windows if --enable-mozilla is on and
--with-system-nss is off.
Other switches and related variables will be cleaned.
IIUC, with_system_nss = yes is used for all but Win . Could we try to
use the ones provided with any install of firefox under windows ?
 : http://opengrok.libreoffice.org/xref/core/configure.ac#8215
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