Packages compiled against GTK+1.1 <= 1.1.4 *MUST BE RECOMPILED*!
- To: Jim Pick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Packages compiled against GTK+1.1 <= 1.1.4 *MUST BE RECOMPILED*!
- From: Ben Gertzfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 01 Dec 1998 11:36:57 -0800
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- In-reply-to: Jim Pick's message of "01 Dec 1998 09:38:44 -0800"
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Hi, folks. The libgtk1.1 package in slink is unfortunately not
binary-compatible with the libgtk1.1 package in potato; slink's is
1.1.3 and potato's is 1.1.4.
I've decided to make the soname be part of the package name from now
on, and starting with gtk+/glib 1.1.5 (both in Incoming right now) the
source and binary package names will be like:
source: gtk+1.1.5 => binary: libgtk1.1.5, libgtk1.1.5-dev, libgtk1.1.5-dbg..
source: glib1.1.5 => binary: libglib1.1.5, libglib1.1.5-dev, libglib1.1.5-dbg..
Here is a list of package in slink that are dependant upon the old
libgtk1.1 package. They *must* be recompiled for potato against the
new gtk+1.1.5 sometime soon, as I will be requesting the old libgtk1.1
package be removed from potato as soon as no more packages are
dependant upon it.
Here is a list of the package in slink that are dependant upon the old
libgtk1.1 package (sorry, no potato list yet) -- courtesty of Jim Pick
and a little Perl munging:
Any maintainer who has a package in this list must grab the new GLib
and GTK+ from Incoming and recompile their packages for potato. You
don't have to upload the fixed packages yet, as it's taking a little
while for the new GLib and GTK+ to be accepted into the archives, but
please do the recompile as soon as possible.
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