Roxen2 (was: Packages not making it into testing)
>>>>> "Adrian" == Adrian Bunk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Adrian> Argl, you are right. Now I see the problems better: Even
Adrian> the binary-any packages can't go into testing because
Adrian> there are powerpc binary packages because there are (old)
Adrian> binary packages of roxen on powerpc.
>> Bug 81648 is *really* straightforward to fix. Can someone
>> please just do it?
As everyone know, I've been a little 'off line', and haven't had much time
to fix my packages. Now I'm back, with a new version of Roxen2 (that fixes
some of the bugs on it)...
According to the bug report 'va_arg()' isn't legitimate in C...
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Fixing that (using a temporary int/uint to hold the va_arg before
downcasting it to a short) seems to produce a binary, actually.
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'seems to produce', but does it work? Is this the 'correct' fix?
Anthony, If you think it's so '*really* straightforward', then why
the **** haven't you done so months ago!?!?!? I have numerous times
asked for help on this!!!!!
Adrian> I tried to look into it but i found two other problems
Adrian> with roxen: - a s/mysql-dev/libmysqlclient10-dev/ in the
Adrian> build dependencies is needed (I've upgraded #89031 to
Adrian> "serious") - build dependency on postgresql-dev that is in
Adrian> non-US (same is valid for roxen2 -> RC bug reports sent)
Fix for this is on the way... I don't like postgresql any way, anyone
needing support for that can do it themselfs (?).
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