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I'm the maintainer of Go-OO package in Pardus distribution. First of all,
thank you for starting this project.

I'm trying to build libreoffice with my own distro-configs/Pardus2009.conf.
file and with --with-distro=Pardus2009 configure option. For all packages
, we
export LDFLAGS variable as:

LDFLAGS="-Wl,-O1 -Wl,-z,relro -Wl,--hash-style=gnu -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,

and all packages compiles fine with those flags, including ooo-build-3.2.98

But with libreoffice I got:

configure: error: unrecognized option: `-Wl,--hash-style=gnu'
Try `./configure --help' for more information

Any ideas about that?

If I do not export those LDFLAGS (as a workaround of the problem above of
course), I got another error:

checking whether to enable EPM for packing... yes

checking for epm... no

EPM will be built.

checking which package format to use... rpm

checking for rpm... configure: error: not found

We do not use rpm or deb as package management system, and those lines were

like this in ooo-build-

checking whether to enable EPM for packing... no
checking for gperf... /usr/bin/gperf
checking gperf version... OK
checking whether to build the stax... yes
checking whether to build the ODK... no

so I didn't have any rpm problem in ooo-build. Is the EPM enabled by defaul
now? I had to give --enable-epm=no to workaround that also.

PS: Nowadays I'm working on distro-configs/ file and I'll

push this to ooo-build git repository of freedesktop. Will I see this file
a next release of libreoffice? Another words, will you continue to take ooo-
build commits in freedesktop git repository?


Gökçen Eraslan
Pardus Developer

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