Am 12.04.2010 22:09, schrieb Josselin Mouette: > Le lundi 12 avril 2010 à 18:35 +0200, Michael Biebl a écrit : >> nautilus (2.28 links against libtrackerclient, 2.30 uses dlopen) > > Be it only for that, I’d prefer to do it after the gnome-desktop > transition (which implies uploading nautilus, control-center and > gnome-settings-daemon 2.30). I'd be ok with uploading tracker 0.8 after the nautilus/gnome-desktop transition. pochu said on irc that the gnome-desktop transition should be a smaller one. > The question remains, whether to do it before or after evolution, since > it would be entangled with it. Given David's input, I'd prefer to do the tracker transition before evolution > Question: have you checked whether nautilus 2.30 tracker support has the > bug GTK+ originally had? It used to assume that when the library is > available, the daemon is too, and didn’t try to make a connection to it. No, I didn't. Will further investigate. As an additional point: Uploading totem 2.30 from experimental, will mean a new library transition involving libtotem-pl-parser, which will entangle the two transitions (tracker-extract depends on libtotem-pl-parser, totem-plugins 2.30 would depend on libtracker-client-0.8). An alternative would be, to upload totem 2.28 now and disable the tracker-plugin. When tracker 0.8 has migrated to testing the totem/totem-pl-parser 2.30 transition could be scheduled and the tracker-plugin reenabled. The benefit of this would be, to decouple the tracker from the totem/totem-pl-parser transition. slomo, should we do it that way? What's the release teams preference? Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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