Re: Mass bug filing for python-apt API transition
Am Mittwoch, den 17.02.2010, 12:09 +0100 schrieb Julian Andres Klode:
> as some of you already know, python-apt received a new
> API (sometimes called 0.8 API). We intent to drop the old API
> for Squeeze+1, and thus ask you to upgrade your packages to
> use the new API.
> Mass bug filing
> On Friday, I will start reporting bugs on the packages
> in the Debian BTS listed below, with a patch if easily
> possible. All bugs will include the following information:
> User: email@example.com
> Usertags: python-apt-0-8-api
I already wrote patches for the first 20 packages (about 15 ones today);
and 2 packages have no bug report yet but are planned for later
(software-properties and update-notifier).
2 packages (reportbug-ng & dblatex) were already fixed and did not get a
bug report; 2 packages were fixed in response to the bug report
(gnome-codec-install & apt-xapian-index).
I have not yet started to look at my own 3 packages, because it's more
fun to hack on other people's packages first. And the packages I
maintain are all more or less graphical which means that most users
won't see the deprecation warnings anyway.
You may also want to look at the bug page:
I CCed debian-release this time, so they know what's going on here; and
as this may require some special stuff to get those 30 packages migrated
in time; once they all adapted to the new API.
As always, please keep at least firstname.lastname@example.org in CC.
Julian Andres Klode - Debian Developer, Ubuntu Member
See http://wiki.debian.org/JulianAndresKlode and http://jak-linux.org/.