Rich Cook wrote:
> I can definitely see how placing libxxx.so in /sw/lib invites it to be
> overwritten by another fink package wishing another library version. But
> how would Frameworks solve this problem? If XXX is bundled as a
> framework, and product A needs one version and B needs another, then they
> either have to bundle it with their own product or there will be a
> conflict, frameworks or no frameworks. There is only one XXX framework
> found by the compiler, just as there would only be one libXXX.so found
> using /usr/local/lib...
I don't know enough about how Framework versioning works to be able to
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