Adding JSON library to libpurple dependencies
tomkiewicz.groups at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 09:46:31 EST 2012
According to #15430.
I made json-glib required only if Pidgin is compiled with Gadu-Gadu
(since only GG used its features at that time). Now, json-glib is used
also in Pidgin gtk client (debug window uses purple_escape_js, which
is based on this library). Also: I think, more Pidgin components will
get benefits from this library in future.
The question is: are there anyone against the simplest solution, that
is making json-glib unconditional required dependency?
2012/9/27 Eion Robb <eion at robbmob.com>:
> Personally, I've only ever required >=0.8.0 since that's when 64bit
> int support was added
> On 28 September 2012 08:11, Tomasz Wasilczyk
> <tomkiewicz.groups at gmail.com> wrote:
>> One little concern: which version should I require? There is 0.14 with
>> JSONPath support, but not available in stock repositories of older
>> distros (openSUSE 11.4). I suppose, we cannot include JSONPath related
>> source code from upstream for fallback when using with json-glib 0.12?
>> But: do we support old distros with 3.0.0 tree?
>> I made this dependency conditional - required only when compiling with
>> GG support . Isn't it too much complication of dependency tree?
>>  http://hg.pidgin.im/pidgin/main/rev/6cb7038d8172
>> 2012/9/26 Eion Robb <eion at robbmob.com>:
>>> I thoroughly recommend json-glib. It's fairly lightweight and has a
>>> mostly sane API, and its inclusion in every distro I've come across
>>> makes it very handy for json stuffs.
>>> On 26 September 2012 05:04, Tomasz Wasilczyk
>>> <tomkiewicz.groups at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I am asking here for adding any JSON support library to required
>>>> dependencies of libpurple 3.x, maybe JSON-GLib (licensed under LGPL).
>>>> Is there any chance for it? I need it for introducing new features for
>>>> GG protocol.
>>>> Another thing, we talked before on devel at conference.pidgin.im, was
>>>> adding any http library to dependencies. We considered libsoup and
>>>> libcurl. I asked for it before , but I'm not sure, if I got
>>>> official answer (Ethan said, he's for it). Can I just push any of
>>>> these libraries to configure.ac?
>>>>  http://pidgin.im/pipermail/devel/2012-July/010892.html
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