Re: KDE packages
Ana Guerrero <email@example.com> writes:
> * kdebase (4:3.5.5a.dfsg.1-3)
> It mostly includes changes for allow the Etch artwork provided by desktop-base.
> Also, makes kdelibs-dbg depend on kdebase-dbg to get useful backtraces when debugging
> and a couple of small bugfixes.
> * kdepim (4:3.5.5.dfsg.1-3)
> This upload improves the patches applied to fix kpilot RC bug (#394534),
> reenabling some functionalities that were left out in order to get the bug
> fixed sooner.
Unblocked, but only becase it was uploaded before the freeze
started. The diff is quite big, and renaming/splitting patches doesn't
help to make it more readable.
> * kdeaccessibility (4:3.5.5-2)
> This upload was done to remove the plugin for GStreamer 0.8 of kttsd,
> to help with the removal of GStreamer 0.8:
Unblocked. But all the small changes (comments, " Homepage" instead of
" Homepage" in the descriptions, ...) should be commented in the
changelog in the future.
> * meta-kde-extras (5:51)
> Updates "Recommends" of the metapackage kde-extras adding/renaming/removing
> * kdetoys (4:3.5.5-2)
> Really small changes: a patch to add Lithuania to the country list of kweather
> and make kdetoys-dbg depend on kdelibs-dbg to get useful backtraces.
> * libkexif (0.2.5-2)
> Yes, this is a new upstream version, but it is a bugfix release, and it is
> necessary in order to avoid a lot of problems with digikam 0.8.2 (since
> digikam will be back to this version).
debian/patches/98_buildprep.diff |53096 +++++++++++++++++++++++++---------
You're kidding, right? Please explain to me why 2/3 of the build system
need to be replaced?
> * kwlan (already requested by Mark Purcell)
No. The diff is unreadable, littered with tons of autofoo changes and
quite a lot code changes.
> * ksynaptics (already requested by Mark Purcell and Fathi Boudra)
> This package is not required for build on s390 as documented:
Then the old binary needs to be removed. I have unblocked the package,
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