[swift-corelibs-dev] [swift-dev] Linux: Build process not finding my ICU

Eric Wing ewmailing at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 18:08:38 CDT 2016

> I think a patch which fixed just this part would probably be fine.

Can you point me to where/how the build invocation is constructed? I
see how the foundation.LDFLAGS are set, but I don't understand how the
system takes that value and constructs the build command. (This is
where I need to reorder flags so they come last.)

> In general we’re probably going to just have to specify a list of minimum
> dependencies for Foundation. We don’t really have a great story for missing
> features from ICU or libxml.
> - Tony

So for XFERINFOFUNCTION, there is an older PROGRESSFUNCTION that can
be used. They give an example of how it works and how both of them can
be put into your code for legacy/migration concerns. With versions
that have XFERINFOFUNCTION, if both callbacks are set,
XFERINFOFUNCTION is always preferred.

I don't know anything about about xmlXPathNodeEval though.


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