Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org> (17/03/2010): > Emilio fixed this faster than the speed of light. Yep, thanks. > You mean backporting the 2.30 patches to 2.28 packages? It could be better phrased “merge the patches in the package versions they were diffed against”. But that's the idea. > I guess there’s no harm in doing so, but be warned that we intend to > upload these 2.30 packages to unstable very soon. ETA? In the meanwhile, I'm currently stuck because of the libstdc++ issue, so I can't do any testing of the resulting image yet… Debugging latest upstream snapshots isn't exactly fun, if you ask me. > Apart from some shlibs bumps, they are not part of any planned > transition for 2.30, so this shouldn’t cause any trouble. If we don't pull all of gnome 2.30, fine. But it really wouldn't be fun to get entangled with anything unrelated to g-i udebs… I really would like to be done with that push ASAP; plenty of X stuff to do… Mraw, KiBi.
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