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New libsdl-perl will break frozen-bubble, pangzero and dizzy


Le Friday 9 September 2011 13:52:06, Sam Hocevar a écrit :
> On Fri, Sep 09, 2011, Dominique Dumont wrote:
> > SDL perl package [1] is now outdated on Debian. As part of debian-perl
> > team, I'd like to adopt this package to resume its maintenance.
> > 
> > Could any of the listed uploaders give me their blessing ?
>    I'm all OK with it, as long as the reverse dependencies (probably
> just frozen-bubble?) still work. As far as I remember this has been the
> main reason for not updating it.

New libsdl-perl  is ready. I'm going to upload it to experimental. It *will* 
break frozen-bubble, pangzero and dizzy

frozen-bubble 2.2.1beta1 is compatible with new libsdl-perl [1]. Should we 
have a new debian release or just patch the current one ? 

mxey is ready to fix dizzy once the new libsdl-perl is available.

I'm only worried by pangzero. Looks dead upstream. Barry, as the last uploader 
of pangzero, do you think you can patch it for the new libsdl-perl ?

All the best

[1] https://github.com/kthakore/frozen-bubble/blob/master/Changes#L38

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