Anti-Virus vendors & warnings
nicholasferguson at wingarch.com
Wed Oct 1 05:50:50 PDT 2014
> why isn't this wiki page referenced in the readme? Isn't that wiki a
> page for develpers. What kind of developer in your world, doesn't
> build a debug version, first?
>> We used to recommend a debug version AFAIR, but the build tree on Linux with debuginfo is 30Gb small - and
>> with debug symbols it takes forages to link. Often it's more feasible to re-build just a single module with debuginfo.
I guess its english.
Recommending a debug build...is saying on wiki how to put --enable-dbgutil into the autogen.input ... and then solving that wacky issue with boost.
why do you think I was asking to download a debug version. of 30G...
> Where is it mentioned how not to keep downloading the tar files? for
> 3rd party dependencies. That alone is a HUGE COST OF ENTRY...to
> discover how to turn that off.
>> The automatic download saves manually downloading 70 or so individual dependencies; you can argue that it sucks (and it does) - but doing that manually sucks more =)
A build for a newcomer has to be run three or four times? Why should the tar files get downloaded four times? How does a newcomer turn it off after the first download? Tor had to explain that to me.
This is another HIGH COST OF ENTRY. I ask questions and I get answer that don't fit my questions.
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