[odb-announcements] ODB packages for RHEL 5, 6 and Fedora 19-21 available

Boris Kolpackov boris at codesynthesis.com
Wed Feb 26 01:53:32 EST 2014


Thanks to a persistent effort by Dave Johansen, official ODB packages
are now available for RedHat Enterprise Linux (EL) 5 and 6 (and
derivatives such as CentOS, Scientific Linux, etc.), as well as Fedora

The EL packages are available in the EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise
Linux) repository[1]. Note that the ODB compiler package depends on the
devtools package which provides the newer version of GCC (you can still
use the stock GCC version that comes with EL to build your ODB-based

The Fedora packages are available from the standard Fedora package

You can install ODB from these repositories just like any other package,
for example, by using 'yum':

yum install odb
yum install libodb
yum install libodb-sqlite

The following ODB components are packaged:

odb            ODB compiler
libodb         Common ODB runtime
libodb-mysql   MySQL ODB runtime
libodb-sqlite  SQLite ODB runtime
libodb-pgsql   PostgreSQL ODB runtime
libodb-qt      Qt ODB profile
libodb-boost   Boost ODB profile

Enjoy and, again, many thanks to Dave Johansen for his effort.

[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/FAQ


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