[Slackbuilds-users] mumble and murmur

King Beowulf kingbeowulf at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 16:17:08 UTC 2011

Your argument old v. new may have a point, but the rest not so much.
Anyone that wants to mix and match can and should be albe to figure it
out on their own.

Linking won't work due to version number in the file name used in the
script - need to redo the link each time.  You'd need to set a path.

Just cause storage is "cheap" doesn't mean we need to waste it ;-).
Web 2.0 and terabytes of crap....

Opinions, opinions, I'll just say:

Damn kids! Get off my lawn!


On 7/19/11, Ben Mendis <dragonwisard at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 10:44 AM, King Beowulf <kingbeowulf at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Ben,
>> Well, heck yeah.  Usually the server and cleint are built on different
>> boxes. But you don't have to since you can have a "build box" to
>> compile stuff - mine's a pristine VM.  Either way, I point all my
>> boxes to a NFS share with the SBo tree.
>> I was thinking that it would be cleaner with one script: build client
>> only by default, SERVER=yes to build server only, SERVER=both, etc.
>> I wasn't thinking about it in terms of where the packages were built but
> rather where they were installed. Having the server installed seems to be
> completely independent from having the client installed on a particular
> system. Furthermore, if I recall correctly the server and client have
> different dependencies (even though we're not tracking them in our package
> system). It seems to me like two mostly independent source trees for two
> mostly independent applications that coincidentally happen to share the same
> source tarball.
> Furthermore, trying them together into the same package would impose the
> requirement that the client and server match version numbers. It's possible
> that someone might want to run a 1.1.x server (because other people using
> their server are still using 1.1.x) but wants to install a 1.2.x client on
> the same system (which includes a backwards-compatible client for 1.1.x
> servers).
>> Its just that I am old school from the days of small expensive hard
>> drives. It bugs the hell out of me to have multiple copies of source
>> files in my SBo tree.
>> I guess I'm "new school" in that I just buy lots of cheap hard drives and
> use the wonderful LVM and soft-RAID features of our modern Linux systems.
> You could always store the source in one location and link to it.
>> On 7/19/11, Ben Mendis <dragonwisard at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 8:23 PM, King Beowulf <kingbeowulf at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Also, wouldn't it be better to consolidate the mumble and murmur
>> scripts?
>> >>
>> >>
>> > I agree that both scripts should be building the current version
>> > (1.2.3),
>> > however are you suggesting one build script for both mumble and murmur?
>> >
>> > Personally, I like the client and server being separate packages because
>> I
>> > rarely need to have both client and server installed on the same
>> > machine.
>> >
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