Library version on Debian nightly?

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Library version on Debian nightly?

MichaelAtOz'

A begin Linux question.

I had some difference in CGAL assertions on Debian, so I check Help/Library-info.

Left is Latest Windows snapshot, right is Debian Nightly via Mate Synaptic update.

 

 

Synaptic properties, OpenSCAD-nightly, installed version  20191124T175806.gitf72dddadf+3425.1

 

Does it build OpenSCAD and use whatever version of libraries are already here?

The Dependencies list has libcgal12 with no (>=nnn), and a few other without it too, and at the end 'Conflicts:openscad-nightly' x 2.

I presume that absence of (>=nnn) means that I have the lower version installed and hence the conflict?

I didn't see any errors in the upgrade.

 

Do I need to manually upgrade those libraries?

 


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Re: Library version on Debian nightly?

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On 30.11.19 07:22, Michael Marx wrote:
> Does it build OpenSCAD and use whatever version of
> libraries are already here?

Yes, for distributions it's very difficult to use a different
version without causing conflicts with other software. So
default is to use the official library versions.

In some cases we have to try getting updated libraries in
due to required bugfixes (e.g. OpenCSG-1.4.2).

ciao,
  Torsten.

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