Re: BinNMUs for libogg.la removal
* Luk Claes [090824 08:06 +0200]
> Christophe Mutricy wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Le Thu 06 Aug 09 à 17:14 +0200, Luk Claes a écrit :
> >>> Libogg-dev 1.1.4~dfsg-1 recent upload has removed /usr/lib/libogg.la.
> >>> It breaks the .la which reference libogg.la. That concerns at least
> >>> libshout, libflac, libvorbis and libtheora:
> >>> so i suggest:
> >> binNMUs scheduled.
> > It seems that on hppa flac which was uploaded shortly after the new
> > libogg was still built with the old one.
> > So flac needs to be binNMU'd and then (at least) vlc and moc given back.
> > nmu flac_1.2.1-2 . hppa . -m 'Rebuild to account for libogg.la removal'
> > dw vlc_1.0.1-1 . hppa . -m 'flac (>=1.2.1-2+b1)'
> > dw moc_1:2.5.0~alpha3+svn20090611-1+b1 . hppa . -m 'flac (>=1.2.1-2+b1)'
moc doesn't need a binNMU. For compiling moc sucessful the binNMU's
of libvorbis-dev and friends without the uneeded .la files is
needed. If that is done moc compiles well, so what the hell we need
a binNMU of an application? The same seems to be with vlc, mplayer,
xmms2.... The fundus of Debian is infinitely ;-)
We all know Linux is great... it does infinite loops in 5 seconds.
-- Linus Torvalds