On Sat, Mar 05, 2011 at 12:32:15AM +0100, Tomáš Chvátal wrote:
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> Dne 4.3.2011 10:35, "Paweł Hajdan, Jr." napsal(a):
> > # Pawel Hajdan jr <firstname.lastname@example.org> (04 Mar 2011)
> > # Masked for removal in 90 days.
> > # Multiple hard to fix and time consuming maintenance problems:
> > # - history of bugs (bug #304527, bug #335101, bug #347175,
> > # bug #349249, bug #356609)
> > # - upstream's binary builds cannot be used on Gentoo
> > # as easily as other -bin packages (ubuntu-specific
> > # library names that require compatibility symlinks,
> > # bundling libraries, mirror/redistribution policy, and so on)
> > # - dependencies for the -bin package are harder to manage;
> > # often we have source compatibility, but not binary compatibility
> > www-client/chromium-bin
> Well I can't afford to compile it for 3 hours. Could you at least make
> it compile against system webkit?
> That would save so much time i would not complain :)
What system webkit? Chromium has its own version of webkit :)
Anyway, compilation on a modern system shouldn't take more than an
hour. ~15-20 minutes on a quad i5.
Alex Alexander | wired
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