library porting question - optional python bindings
Fernando Herrero Carrón
elferdo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 06:59:40 UTC 2016
El 1 mar. 2016 3:38 a. m., "Chris Inacio" <nacho319 at gmail.com> escribió:
> I'm trying to build a port definition for a library/application that can
> optionally include Python bindings. The library/application generally
> depends on other C libraries to exist (ZMQ v3, Protobufs-C) and if you
> enable Python support, then you need a Python interpreter plus
> Python-protobufs & python zmq.
> Putting an OPTION of Python in the port file is easy. Including the
> optional Python dependencies (and presumably targets - but I'm not that
> yet) seems to be a lot more complicated. I haven't found anything that
> would tell me how I'm supposed to do that. I have found that I'm supposed
> to add pyXX prefixes to the python targets.
> Does anyone know of a similar application/library that I can go look at?
> Is there any documentation on how to solve this?
> Chris Inacio
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multimedia/ffmpeg will optionally include ports providing libraries. There
does not seem any implemented in an interpreted language, though I vaguely
remember one option pulling in ruby (probably by transition).
The idea is that you can depend on a specific file and the port that
provides it with the syntax: file_to_depend_on:providing_port.
I hope that helps.
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