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Re: jack still broken

Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> writes:

> How else do you handle the case of a library which implements a line
> protocol (presumably Unix sockets, in this case), and that protocol has
> changed incompatibly?

You implement the new protocol on a new port, so that both the old and
new jackd can be run at the same time.

>> This has been going on for three months.
> Why has it taken three months for the reverse dependencies to be rebuilt?
> That shouldn't really be acceptable, whether or not there's some reason for
> (effective) conflicts between different versions of the lib.

AFAICT there weren't bugs filed against those packages telling them to
be rebuilt, because the libjack people believe their libraries don't


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