From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-13 03:27:11
When working on Linux, the <hardcode-dll-paths>true is almost always what user
wants. This allows to run binaries which use dynamic libraries without
changing LD_LIBRARY_PATH or installing the libraries to system locations.
What about making "true" value the default, and stop telling the user about
The only case where it's not needed is when installing the binaries, so we'd
need the "stage" rule to use <hardcode-dll-paths>false unless user has
explicitly asked otherwise.
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