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rufferson @ rufferson

Eh... Hello?

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rufferson @ Salvation Prophecy

I'm also similar purist - bashing all the crappy deps. But I've resigned to the fact that if you want to live with linux gaming - you need to consider x32 somehow. For me I've chosen that 'somehow' as a steam libs - it pulls entire multilib chain anyway. And it doesn't pollute the system with excessive deps - it lives only in my home. All in all - I've installed steam and exported steam's x32 libs in my LD path so all games can live happily there.

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rufferson @ Salvation Prophecy

A huge thanks for the release, it's a real milestone, right in time when linux gaming is not a geeky thnkg anymore, but becoming a mainstream.

One Q though - is there any particular reason to link agains lcms 1? Original binary was using only lcms2 while desura's version is also linked with v1:
[ruff@mo release]$ ldd SalvationProphecy | grep lcms
liblcms2.so.2 => ./lib/liblcms2.so.2 (0xf564e000)
[ruff@mo release]$ cd ~/desura/common/salvation-prophecy/build/release/
[ruff@mo release]$ ldd SalvationProphecy | grep lcms
liblcms.so.1 => not found
liblcms2.so.2 => ./lib/liblcms2.so.2 (0xf567a000)
[ruff@mo release]$

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