me at anatoli.ws
Wed Jun 3 17:41:35 EDT 2020
Thanks for the explanation, though my question was a bit of another
scope. Please, let me reformulate it.
If we use all these elements during build time, i.e. cyrus-imapd becomes
compiled with all of them (when using --enable-http), then... will all
of them be also required (as OS packages) during runtime or we can avoid
installing some of them on the systems where the cyrus-imapd package
would be running?
In other words which of them do not constitute runtime dependencies once
they were used as build-time dependencies?
If all of them are used as shared libraries or some executables invoked
by some component of cyrus-imapd, then I guess all of them would be
required during runtime.
If some of them are only used for building the executables or linked as
static libs, then they should not be needed during runtime, I guess, but
I'm not sure if there are any.
On 3/6/20 07:39, Ken Murchison wrote:
> On 6/3/20 3:48 AM, Anatoli wrote:
>> Cyrus developers,
>> I couldn't find in the documentation the *run-time* dependencies for
>> In particular, are any of these not required to be present for the
>> correct execution of cyrus-imapd (with --enable-http)?
>> pcre e2fsprogs/uuid jansson sqlite3 icu4c libical nghttpd2 brotli wslay
> pcre is NOT required for httpd at all as far as I recall
> nghttpd2, brotli, wslay are entirely OPTIONAL
> sqlite3 is required if you want to use any DAV functionality
> libical is required if you want to use CalDAV
> icu4c is required if libical was compiled with support for non-Gregorian calendars
> jansson is definitely required for JMAP functionality, and may be required for other modules
> uuid may be prevasive enough to be required for multiple modules
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