When Judy builds, you end up with 'libJudy.a' and
Linux, anyhow). The problem with this is that there's
information in the library name, so you can't tell what
the library you're linking against, or force yourself
to only link against
a known-good version of the library.
There's a good discussion of this in the libtool
I'm currently attempting to package judy for Debian
right now, and
I'm provisionally assigning the current release a
'0.0.1', thus giving 'libJudy.so.0.0.1', and
'libJudy.so.0'. I hope
you guys were planning on doing something like this
consider this your first official Judy packaging bug. :)
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