Re: Hinting openmotif & friends?
Adrian Bunk wrote:
>Independent of this, they are not ready:
>xawtv depends on new zlib
> zlib has build failures on several architectures
This should hopefully be fixed ASAP as it's holding up mozilla.
>xawtv depends on new alsa-lib
> alsa-lib depends on new jack-audio-connection-kit
jack-audio-connection-kit has to go in at the same time as:
puredata (which needs to finish building on all archs)
freqtweak (which is waiting for fftw3, which is broken on some arches)
which needs new linux-kernel-headers to be built on hppa and powerpc,
and installed on the buildds, and then needs to be built on those
which seems not to have a working new version in unstable yet!
Perhaps the 'experimental' version is the new one?
Or perhaps it just needs a rebuild against the libraries in unstable?
Clearly the priorities here are:
* Fix fftw3, or remove freqtweak from testing
* get new linux-kernel-headers on the buildds
* find out what the HECK is up with pd-externals
However, if the old motv was temporarily removed from testing, it would break
the linkage between xawtv and four of the packages I mentioned. Then
openmotif, fbi, ida, and libpcd could go in, and they've been waiting long
enough it's probably worth it. :-/
Then new motv would only be waiting for xawtv, which would
only be waiting for zlib and alsa-lib, and they would presumably go in when
the jack-audio-connection-kit logjam unjams.
Nathanael Nerode <neroden at gcc.gnu.org>