Cyril Brulebois <email@example.com> (06/01/2009): > Package: libtdb1 > Version: 1.1.2~git20080615-1 > Severity: serious > Justification: ABI breakage. Stripping some parts for -release, keeping what matters: > We don't care about 'U' ones, of course. Checking which ones got away: > | grep ^-T tdb-symbols.diff > | -T tdb_clear_spinlocks > | -T tdb_create_rwlocks > | -T tdb_logging_function > | -T tdb_set_lock_alarm > | -T tdb_spinlock > | -T tdb_spinunlock > > That *might* not be the problem if they are not exposed through the API. > But both tdb_logging_function and tdb_set_lock_alarm are exposed. > > I'm going to have a look at the packages that depend on this library, to > see how things looks like. I'm in contact with a release manager as well > (hello dato). Here is my findings about etch/lenny packages WRT the 6 removed symbols (looking at main). Packages both in etch and in lenny: ----------------------------------- libprintsys/etch: OK (basic symbols) libprintsys/lenny: OK (basic symbols) pconf-detect/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) pconf-detect/lenny: OK (linked in, no symbols) Packages only in lenny: ----------------------- fdm/lenny: OK (only a few symbols) python-tdb/lenny: OK (lots of symbols, built from the same source) Packages only in etch: ---------------------- adept-installer/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) adept-manager/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) adept-notifier/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) adept-updater/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) libprinterconf0c2a/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) tagcolledit/etch: OK (linked in, no symbols) tdb-tools/etch: OK (lots of symbols) Note that it still can break locally-built packages or pieces of software. I think you could consider downgrading the severity, or tagging it lenny-ignore since there seem to be no collateral damages within Debian. That said, I guess a t-p-u upload to fix #510886 and a binNMU of fdm will do the job (I didn't check yet it needs a >= on the lenny version, but I guess it'd be a a nice-to-have anyway). Mraw, KiBi.
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