rainerstratmann at t-online.de
Tue Jan 16 09:55:16 CET 2018
Am Dienstag, 16. Januar 2018, 07:51:27 schrieb Sven Barth via fpc-pascal:
> Maybe because each app will have its own dependencies, thus duplicating
> Also if you have different versions of dependencies they might access
> shared global configuration in incompatible ways.
> Not to mention that if there is a (security) bug in one dependency you need
> to update all apps containing the bugged library instead of merely the
> library (that is if you can easily find out that an app contains that
> So, yeah, I'm definitely skeptical about such approaches.
For me the andvantage of the easy installation is higher.
You can leave the base Linux system as it is.
But if you want to install a hand full of special Apps you can do it fast.
If there is a security bug, then (easy) update your hand full of Apps.
If I make an App I do it always in a separate directory with minimum
dependencies. So you have it easy and a have good overview of the needed app
and data files.
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