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Re: cvs commit to oo-deb/debian by halls

Hi Chris,

A Head's up ..

For OOo 1.1 Beta2

I installed  "upstream" a patch to boost that replaces the 
/usr/include/asm/atomic.h header that can no longer be used on some platforms 
from userland.

It provides atomic increment and atomic decrement for use by boost which in 
turn gets used in dbaccess and sc.

I implemented things for ppc and x86 but did not implement s390.

You might want to take a look at the end of boost_1_27_0.patch or 
boost/boost/detail/linux_atomic.h (from the patched build) and add in the 
correct code for S390.

Or simply revert it to what it was before that change (as long as 
/usr/include/ asm/atomic.h is usable from userland on Debian).

Either one would work.


On Wednesday 14 May 2003 07:28, Debian Openoffice CVS wrote:
> Repository: oo-deb/debian
> who:        halls
> time:       Wed May 14 11:28:45 UTC 2003
> Log Message:
>   * New patch: 036_setup2_nofail_installed
>     (IZ#14404: setup -net fails if workstation install is present)
>   * Update MANIFESTs for latest 000* checked in yesterday
>   * Add mimelnk.install
>   * Add all temporary packaging files under debian to .cvsignore
> Files:
> changed:    Tag: OPENOFFICE_ORG_1_1 .cvsignore MANIFEST.i386
> MANIFEST.powerpc MANIFEST.s390 changelog
> added:      Tag: OPENOFFICE_ORG_1_1 openoffice.org1.1-mimelnk.install

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