Re: Debian 4.1 and Python 2.5
Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt writes:
> Matthias Klose <email@example.com> writes:
> > Yes. If outstanding issues are solved; people want make you believe
> > that NMUs are enough to complete the transition. What needs to be
> > done:
> > - Look for code which frees memory with PyMem_DEL, which was
> > allocated with PyObject_NEW (must use PyObject_Del instead).
> > Have done this for a few modules. Care to search the archive
> > and do the rest?
> Just did that and gave the list to doko, bugs should be filed
> soonish. 62 packages look like they might be affected, but some of them
> are false positives.
these can now be seen at
> > - Make some packages build for all supported python versions, so
> > that the transition is manageable. Done this wxwidgets2.6. Done
> > this for subversion (but the package maintainers says that the
> > package dependencies und b-d's are neglectable, just java, db,
> > ruby, python, apache, neon, and else). Maybe somebody from the
> > release team could argue with the package maintainer...
> Looks like subversion would really profit from this, will prod the
> maintainer about it.