[lsb-discuss] RE: [lsb-futures] Re: [Lsb-desktop] Re: KDE representation

Banginwar, Rajesh rajesh.banginwar at intel.com
Tue Aug 16 15:49:17 PDT 2005

May be I am missing something here, the app will work on any LSB
certified distro since library B and C will provide the ABI required for
the App. The ABI coming from lib D will be taken care of by the
application developer himself by distributing the library. 

The application will have to do this only for the libraries not covered
by LSB, of course.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stuart Anderson [mailto:anderson at netsweng.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 3:26 PM
> To: Banginwar, Rajesh
> Cc: lsb-desktop at freestandards.org; lsb-discuss at freestandards.org; lsb-
> futures at freestandards.org
> Subject: RE: [lsb-futures] Re: [Lsb-desktop] Re: KDE representation
> On Tue, 16 Aug 2005, Banginwar, Rajesh wrote:
> > LSB also requires that these distributed library need to be LSB
> > compliant. Why not loosen that restriction? So with this, LSB will
> > the application developers to allow distribute any non-LSB library
> > not require them to be LSB conformant. App A depends on libraries
> > and D. B and C are covered in LSB and hence not a problem for App A;
> > library D is not covered, but shipped with App A making sure the
> > is available and installed at /opt hierarchy.
> If you loosen the restriction, then you've just moved the portability
> problem from the App to lib D. The same problems still exist.  This
> doesn't
> allow any guarantees to be made that app will run on any LSB certified
> distro.
>                                  Stuart
> Stuart R. Anderson                               anderson at netsweng.com
> Network & Software Engineering
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