[racket] Racket v5.3.2

From: Marijn (hkBst at gentoo.org)
Date: Wed Feb 27 03:17:03 EST 2013

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On 05-02-13 09:58, Marijn wrote:
> On 01-02-13 19:34, Matthew Flatt wrote:
>> At Fri, 01 Feb 2013 15:09:31 +0100, Marijn wrote:
>>> On 01-02-13 05:20, Eli Barzilay wrote:
>>>> Racket version 5.3.2 is now available from
>>>> http://racket-lang.org/
>>>> * Documentation cross-reference information is stored in an 
>>>> SQLite3 database, which means that SQLite3 is required for 
>>>> building Racket documentation on Unix/Linux machines (but 
>>>> SQLite3 is included in Racket distributions for Windows and
>>>> Mac OS X).
>>> I just built racket on Linux without SQLite installed and with
>>> - --enable-docs and it built succesfully. Going to the docs
>>> from DrRacket then failed. Apparently they didn't really get 
>>> installed. Or SQLite is actually only needed for using the
>>> docs and not for building them.
>> I'm not in a good position to try it at the moment, but there 
>> should have been an error during the `make install', and it
>> sounds like documentation did not get installed. The `make
>> install' may have otherwise succeeded, though, and my guess is
>> that the doc-build error isn't noisy enough.
> Right. So in the case of docs being disabled, would sqlite still
> be needed when scribbling and using third party docs or is its only
> use to build (and use I assume) the Racket reference docs?
> Marijn

I'm still interested in an answer to this,

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