Bug#593657: salome: cannot find libStdPlugin.so

Adam C Powell IV hazelsct at debian.org
Mon Aug 23 15:43:10 UTC 2010

Hello Denis,

On Fri, 2010-08-20 at 16:32 +0200, Denis Barbier wrote:
> On 2010/8/20 Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> [...]
> > It's also worth asking: could a change like this let us drop the salome
> > dependency on libopencascade-visualization-dev?  As I recall, that
> > dependency was added to avoid a similar error while loading a
> > non-versioned plugin.
> [...]
> Your log message for f995e2cb is not detailed enough, so it is hard to tell.
> BTW I had a look at your recent commits, and was surprised to see that
> you truncated my log message to keep only the first line on these
> commits:
>  * Add AM_MAINTAINER_MODE into all configure.ac files
>  * Add --disable-dependency-tracking to configure flags
> Do not ask me in 4 months why these changes are good for, I won't
> remember why without detailed log messages ;)
> And just curious, why don't you use gitk to cherry-pich commits?  I
> find this tool extremely useful.

Good points.  I've been using gitg, which displays things nicely, but
doesn't make it straightforward to extract patches or move them between
repositories.  I'll try gitk.

Also, I have been trying to keep my commit notes small, like changelog
entries.  But you're right that it's better to have more detail in them,
so I'll copy your full entries from now on.

I'm afraid I saw this message from you *after* committing some changes
this morning...

> Now back to your question, you set
>   export CSF_GraphicShr=${CASROOT}/lib/libTKOpenGl.so
> in runSalome, which is shipped by libopencascade-visualization-dev.  I
> do not understand why, everything should work fine without setting
> this variable, maybe you could simply remove this line from runSalome?

Ah, good idea, I'll try this.  I think this variable was in upstream's
runSalome script, maybe from 3.2.6?

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