Re: Bug#339255: acknowledged by developer (Bug#339255: fixed in quantlib 0.3.11-2)
Dirk Eddelbuettel writes:
> severity 339255 normal
> tags 339255 + wontfix
> retitle 339255 "QuantLib has now been rebuilt with g++-4_4.0.2-4"
> On 18 November 2005 at 09:15, Matthias Klose wrote:
> | reopen 339255
> | thanks
> | Debian Bug Tracking System writes:
> | > quantlib (0.3.11-2) unstable; urgency=low
> | > .
> | > * Rebuilt with new g++ for libstdc++ allocator transition (Closes: #339255)
> | The library package was not renamed. It's no reason, that you _can_
> | rebuild all other packages.
> But that is silly.
no, I tried to explain, that it is not.
> Forcing a renaming is a make-work project for everybody.
that's unfortunate, but not an argument.
> By this evening, the two depedents of the package will have been
> uploaded, and the mt_alloc will be _gone_ everywhere QuantLib has source in
> Debian. So a closed bug as far as I am concerned,
> | Partial upgrades will be still broken.
> Maybe right in theory but wrong in practice as QuantLib was _already blocked
> for 24 days by boost_ so there can't be a partial upgrade. Cannot happen.
> I really think I will close this once the two dependents are uploaded.
I'm going to upload a NMU which renames the library package, if you
think that it's too much work. You don't need to upload the dependent
packages, ask for binNMU's instead on debian-release.