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Bug#840672: RFS: libcork/0.15.0+ds-7~exp1 -- simple, easily embeddable, cross-platform C library

On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 4:11 PM, Gianfranco Costamagna
<locutusofborg@debian.org> wrote:
> Hi,
>>Actually it's an issue raised by James Clarke:
>>- https://lists.debian.org/debian-sparc/2016/08/msg00035.html
>>As he pointed out, it's a bug in cmake config in libcork source tree.
>>It involves library transition, and I was not familiar with it, so I
>>didn't try to fix it until recently I learned how to do transition so
>>here's the upload and RFS report.
>>Since all packages depends on libcork is maintained by me, and I can
>>update those rdepends package accordingly, so there's no risk for this
> well, this isn't the real problem.
> The real problem is that you have uploaded a version without the patch
> https://lists.debian.org/debian-sparc/2016/08/msg00035.html
> There is a patch here, you should apply it then.

James provided a patch to fix "unaligned access" issue at above
thread, and he also pointed out the SONAME version issue, which he
didn't provide a patch, so I created the patch based on his

As the original issue of the "unaligned access" patch only occurs on
the sparc64 platform, I need some time to fully test whether the patch
applies well on other platform.
Considering transition freeze is drawing near (3 weeks later), so I
want to push the transition first, and after the transition finished I
can handle this unaligned access patch James provided.

Hope it make things clear to you.
Thank you!

Roger Shimizu, GMT +9 Tokyo
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