El dom, 10-06-2012 a las 13:25 +0100, Ciaran McCreesh escribió:
> On Sat, 09 Jun 2012 13:55:53 -0700
> Zac Medico <email@example.com> wrote:
> > A dependency atom will have optional SLOT and ABI_SLOT parts. Using
> > the dbus-glib depedency on glib:2 as an example , the dbus-glib
> > dependency will be expressed with an atom such as dev-libs/glib:2:=
> > and the package manager will translate that atom to
> > dev-libs/glib:2:=2.32 at build time. So, ':' is always used to
> > distinguish SLOT deps, and ':=' is always used to distinguish
> > ABI_SLOT deps. Is that syntax good?
> Here's a nicer syntax: no ABI_SLOT variable, and SLOT="2/2.32". Then you
> can do explicit :2/2.32 dependencies if you like, or :2 (which would
> match SLOT="2" or SLOT="2/anything"), or :2= (which gets rewritten
> to :2/2.32=) or :2*. If an ebuild does SLOT="2", it's treated as 2/2.
Looks nice to me :)