--disable-ext-pdfimport -> --disable-pdfimport
sbergman at redhat.com
Tue Nov 27 01:25:53 PST 2012
On 11/27/2012 09:55 AM, Stephan Bergmann wrote:
> Unless Tor's BUILD_TYPE != DESKTOP work for Android and iOS would
> benefit from having xpdf/poppler/PDF Import still buildable conditionally?
> Nov 27 09:58:48 <tml_> hmm, sberg's question "Unless Tor's BUILD_TYPE != DESKTOP work for Android and iOS would benefit from having xpdf/poppler/PDF Import still buildable conditionally?"
> Nov 27 09:59:06 <tml_> somebody tell me, it is still so that PDF import uses a separate process, right?
> Nov 27 09:59:22 <sberg> tml_, yes
> Nov 27 09:59:52 <tml_> ok, then definitely for iOS, presumably for Android, too, no pdf import
> Nov 27 10:00:16 <tml_> although in theory on some other non-desktop OS running a separate process might be OK
> Nov 27 10:03:40 <Fridrich> sberg: you can push it into the same module where all the drawing import filters are
> Nov 27 10:04:12 <Fridrich> sberg: but the problem is that this is needed also for import of "hybrid" pdf if I recall well and it might be indeed needed in core
> Nov 27 10:04:30 <sberg> tml_, so I'll leave --disable-pdfimport intact for now
> Nov 27 10:06:54 <tml_> sberg: or maybe make it into a switch that just automatically is turned off for iOS and Android, turned on for other platforms, with no command-line option necessary?
> Nov 27 10:07:19 <tml_> we have too much pontless optionality when configuring anyway, don't we?
> Nov 27 10:07:37 <sberg> Fridrich, yeah, it's not only relevant for Draw import, but indeed for all apps -- that's why I added it to the root module in the first place; I guess I'll create a fresh scp2-level module for it, and subsequent packaging mechanisms can then decide for themselves whether to make it an optional module in their packaging system (like Rene will apparently make it an extra deb package, but the Windows msi installer will likely always install it)
> Nov 27 10:07:45 <tml_> every option doubles the testing space;)
> Nov 27 10:07:56 <sberg> tml_, yes, even better
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