Re: RFC: adanaxis 1.2.4.dfsg.1-1 (FTBFS with gcc-4.3)
Cyril Brulebois wrote:
I'm certainly fine with an upload. The only reason I haven't worked on
it myself is that he has put a new release up that puts the doc "source"
back in and supposedly fixes the gcc-4.3 issues. I asked him to see if
he could make it fail more gracefully for users with <= 16bpp set.
posting this as RFC instead of RFS since I'd like to hear from Barry
and Alexander before requesting an upload. Since I only fixed the
FTBFS, I've let the responsibility of the upload to Barry, which did
all the work, and is even in touch with upstream (according to
Current changelog entry:
| adanaxisgpl (1.2.4.dfsg.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
| [ Barry deFreese ]
| * Add depends on adanxisgpl-data (Closes: #463389).
| * New upstream release.
| * Escape -- options in manpage.
| * Fix VCS tag for svn. (Closes: #463921).
| * Add quilt patch system.
| * Try ~/.adanaxis or /tmp as cache directory. Add patch:
| + 10_try_more_cache_paths.diff
| [ Alexander Schmehl ]
| * Readd data-adanaxis/About_Adanaxis.doc as "source" of the shipped pdf
| [ Cyril Brulebois ]
| * Fix FTBFS with gcc-4.3 (Closes: #463741). Add patch:
| + 20_fix_FTBFS_with_gcc-4.3.diff
| -- Barry deFreese <email@example.com> Thu, 28 Feb 2008 22:28:57 +0100
Any reason why it shouldn't get uploaded? Note that I didn't check the
cache handling in /tmp, but that's potentially a security issue (think
of symlink attacks).
A last rebuild is running, I'll post eventual followups in this thread
(probably some lintian fixes, if there are some new ones since the
package was last touched).
In other words, go for it, we're a team ;-)