Build failure in 4.4 branch with --enable-ext-google-docs on Xubuntu 14.04 amd64: "undefined reference to symbol 'dlclose@@GLIBC_2.2.5'"
chris.sherlock79 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 06:04:00 PST 2014
I'll need to back port that into the 4.4 branch soon - this is something
distributions that enable --as-needed by default for ld will get. In other
words, only Debian based distros will see it :-)
On Thursday, December 18, 2014, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17 December 2014 at 12:10, Andras Timar <timar74 at gmail.com
> > On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 12:35 PM, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com
> >> So I need to ... literally compile my credentials into LO?
> >> How do the Windows builds of 4.3 and 4.4beta1 work? Are you saying
> >> they have someone's credentials actually compiled into them?
> > Yes. For TDF builds TDF credentials are compiled in. But it is not
> > used for anything else, but to identify the application with Google
> > Drive. It is not a personal thing.
> That's not entirely clear to me, but OK ... it's clearly a very
> experimental feature.
> (I tracked down what originally led me to think that Google Drive via
> CMIS was a properly-supported feature:
> "But with the 4.2, we also have some nice and immediately actionnable
> features that will appeal specifically to the enterprise market:
> Integration of the CMIS stack allowing you connect to document
> repositories on SharePoint, Nuxeo, Tibco, Alfresco, Google Drive and
> many other CMS ..." Of course, a marketing blog isn't development. But
> others have gained this impression, e.g. to the point of filing Ubuntu
> bugs expecting the feature to work:
> Some clarification of its status may be appropriate ...)
> The original build problem appears to be fixed in master by
> - I tried that fix and it fixed my build problem, so presumably that
> should go back to 4.4 branch as well (Chris Sherlock is looking into
> - d.
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