4.3.x linux packages and collada support
zolnaitamas2000 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 28 02:39:43 PDT 2014
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From: Zolnai Tamás <zolnaitamas2000 at gmail.com>
Date: 2014-09-28 10:49 GMT+02:00
Subject: Re: 4.3.x linux packages and collada support
To: Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at collabora.com>
2014-09-27 19:25 GMT+02:00 Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at collabora.com>:
> Hi Tamas,
> On Sat, 2014-09-27 at 16:05 +0200, Zolnai Tamás wrote:
> > It's the collada2gltf code which uses std::shared_ptr at many places
> > so it would be much work to replace all of them with
> > boost::shared_ptr, but actually can be done if necessary.
> Interesting; we should work out what is best to do there I guess.
> > I just thought packages are created with newer compilers, since they
> > generate more better output (in theory).
> We compile LibreOffice on our oldest Linux base-line, which is
> something horribly old; that is because it is the only effective way to
> get backwards comaptibilioty
> > Other thing is that I need to know whether this is the problem indeed.
> > So can I know what compilers are used for packages? Are they support
> > std::shared_ptr?
> AFAICS it is bad form to disable the feature during the release
> without discussing it and/or notifying the author etc. I imagine it was
> inadvertent, and/or Cloph who normally does the compiles is on vacation
> & Robinson has been standing in for a bit; I've no idea what happened
> here. I took a look at configure.ac and distro-config's on the branch
> and couldn't see what happened there either.
> What commit disabled that ?
No, not that the case. Sorry for the ambiguity. Configure script contains a
check whether std::shared_ptr exists and if not then it disables collada
support silently (because collada libraries use shared_ptr). So it was not
about the packager.
So, I guess the solution will be to kill all C++11 code from collada2gltf.
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