cvs commit: ports/japanese/acroread Makefile pkg-plist

Jeremy Messenger mezz7 at cox.net
Sat Sep 10 22:10:38 PDT 2005


On Sat, 10 Sep 2005 23:48:06 -0500, Norikatsu Shigemura <nork at FreeBSD.org>  
wrote:

> On Sat, 10 Sep 2005 23:03:01 -0500
> "Jeremy Messenger" <mezz7 at cox.net> wrote:
>> >   Add a symlink of nppdf.so into X11BASE/lib/browser_plugins.
>> >   Bump PORTREVISION.
>> I personal don't think it's good idea. browser-plugins is the place  
>> where
>> all native go in, not Linux binary. Linux binary can cause some troubles
>
> 	Really?  Is there a policy that browser-plugins is the place
> 	where all native go in?
>
> 	So I think that linuxpluginwrapper should not be installed
> 	symlinks to Linux binaries.  To support Linux binaries with
> 	linuxpluginwrapper, browsers should be used
> 	X11BASE/lib/browser_linux_plugins?

Yep, I would love to see browser_linux_plugins for Linux binary.

>> for the other browsers and apps.
>
> 	How troubles?  Apps cannot dynamic-link to Linux binaries
> 	without linuxpluginwrapper.

I feel much more safe if it's in the different place other than  
browser-plugins for avoid future conflict if Adobe, Macromedia and etc  
have decided to create a native one. Also, it will be nice to have  
browser_linux_plugins for all other Linux browsers (linux-opera,  
linux-firefox and etc) can point on the browser_linux_plugins in case if  
we want to add Linux version of mplayerplug-in and etc.

Cheers,
Mezz


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