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- From: "Christopher B. Liebman" <liebman at zod dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 12:37:27 -0700
- Subject: rebase questions....
What are the rules for *when* and on *what* to run rebase? My project
builds a number of packages in it's own playpen (avoiding the system
versions so as not to get caught with system in various states of updates)
including perl, apache, mod_perl, tons of perl modules. There are dll's
created for a number of these packages. I know that I have to run rebase to
avoid issues at fork time. I know about the rebaseall script.... should I
create my own local version of this that picks up *all* dlls in my local
playpen? Do I need to include perl module .dlls? apache loadable modules?
Is there a ruleset or guideline document on rebase? Thanks in advance.
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