Re: RFS: dbxml
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- Subject: Re: RFS: dbxml
- From: Daniel de Kok <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2011 08:21:09 +0200
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2011/6/24 Lars Buitinck <email@example.com>:
> 2011/6/24 Michael Tautschnig <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Well, after a long while I got around to review this package. Here are my
>> - debian/README.source isn't actually helpful...
>> - There is no libdb4.8++-dev in sid. It's libdb5.1++-dev now.
>> - Having installed that, configure fails nevertheless:
>> configure: error: /usr not a valid Berkeley DB tree. Note that Berkeley DB
>> must be configured and built with '--enable-cxx'.
>> Other than this, the package would look fine. Hence if you could figure out how
>> to update for 5.1, I'd offer to re-review the package (in a more timely
> Thanks for the review. I've dropped my work on dbxml due to a change
> of jobs, but my former colleague Daniël de Kok (cc) has taken over.
> He's found that dbxml works fine with BDB 5.1, producing
> backward-compatible files. Greg Burd, formerly of Oracle, has
> confirmed that this should be the case in general
I have uploaded dbxml_2.5.16-3 to mentors.debian.net:
This version builds agains Berkeley DB 5.1. I have also converted the
package to a multi-arch package.
Daniël de Kok