[sylpheed:33111] future of libsylph

Ricardo Mones mones at debian.org
Tue Jul 28 07:51:03 JST 2009

  Hi Hiroyuki,

  After looking carefully at the 2.7.0 tarball to prepare the Debian
  packages I must confess I don't understand why libsylph is now:

  - shipped as part of sylpheed as kind of private shared library
  - with a lower version number and SONAME than current libsylph
  - but with an expanded API in some files 
  - and lacking the compose.h file

  Is libsylph going to disappear as a standalone tarball and being
  released as part of sylpheed tarball?
 Ricardo Mones
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