[Slackbuilds-users] libtorrent-rasterbar

Dave Woodfall dave at unrealize.co.uk
Thu Mar 5 16:24:16 UTC 2009

On (14:05 05/03/09), Dave Woodfall <dave at unrealize.co.uk> put forth the proposition:
> On (11:10 05/03/09), Heinz Wiesinger <pprkut at liwjatan.at> put forth the proposition:
>> On Thursday 05 March 2009 10:30:15 Dave Woodfall wrote:
>>> I'm building a script for an app that requires libtorrent-rasterbar >=
>>> 0.14. Current SBo version is 0.13.1. I have mailed maintainer Erik Hanson
>>> but no reply as yet, so I'm posting this in case he reads this list or
>>> perhaps someone knows if he will be updating soon.
>>> Current version for download from homepage is 1.14.2. If he no longer wants
>>> to maintain the SB for this I can take over.
>> As far as I can recall the reason for going with 0.13 was that 0.14 
>> didn't work with spring/springlobby. I think there was an issue with 
>> boost. 0.13.1 worked fine (0.14.x was already available on time of 
>> initial submission).
> Yes a quick build test shows a problem with boost. I will look into it
> further but it doesn't seem good.

Ok I was using an older version of boost. Updated to one from SBo and
libtorrent-raster 0.14.2 appears to be building. I will test with those
spring games and report back when I have some definite results.


> Regards
> David
>> If you really want the update you could check if all scripts on SBo 
>> that need libtorrent-rasterbar, or at least spring/springlobby work 
>> with it. Be sure to also use the boost from SBo. You can then report 
>> your results to Erik, which will very likely speed up the update 
>> process a lot, in case nothing breaks of course.
>> Grs,
>> Heinz
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