[sylpheed:34785] Re: [ANNOUNCE] A new spam filter tool

Ricardo Mones mones at debian.org
Thu Sep 8 21:56:51 JST 2011

On Wed, 7 Sep 2011 15:56:29 +0900
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y at kcn.ne.jp> wrote:

> >   Seems it includes a copy of libsylph in the sources. Doesn't it build
> > with the standalone libsylph?  
> The tarball includes a small subset of libsylph (based on sylpheed trunk),
> because I wanted to keep dependency minimum.

  Well, that's a reason, but that's the 3rd libsylph around (sylpheed has
  another, and the libsylph itself), so I begin to see a dangerous
  pattern here ;-)
> It should be able to build against libsylph included in sylpheed or
> standalone one, with minor modifications (autotools and header include).
> Probably a configure switch to control it will be added in the future.

  That would be definitely the best option. Thanks in advance! 
 Ricardo Mones
 «You would if you could but you can't so you won't.»
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