Re: away_0.9.5+ds-0+nmu2_multi.changes ACCEPTED into unstable
+++ Rene Engelhard [2013-10-25 08:23 +0200]:
> On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 01:18:18AM +0000, Debian FTP Masters wrote:
> > Changed-By: Andreas Moog <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > away (0.9.5+ds-0+nmu2) unstable; urgency=low
> > .
> > * Non-maintainer upload
> > - d/p/01_fix_makefile: $LIBS need to come after $SRC while linking to
> > fix building with ld --as-needed (Closes: #634323)
> A NMU for a MINOR bug is NOT something which should be done.
> I quietly accepted the dbs one, but this is over the line.
Really? This is boring stuff that needs doing. I would be grateful if
someone did it for me on one of my packages, assuming they didn't break
As Simon pointed out, such uploads should go via DELAYED/10 in case the
developer wanst to override (as Rene would in this case, although not
for any good reason I can discerne). If xnox forgot that then a tut is
> It builds fine. When some distro bogusly introduces changes which make
> all kind of packages breask they can fix them up; but this is not a reason
> for NMUing it in Debian.
Why would you want to actively prevent your package working with --as-needed?
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