Bug#630511: transition gnutls26
In article <email@example.com> (gmane.linux.debian.devel.release) you wrote:
> I have got a minor transition coming up: gnutls 2.12.0.
> GnuTLS contains 4 libraries, some of these broke, but not the
> important one:
> libgnutls. The main library, some new symbols but no incompatible
> changes. shlibs will be bumped, soname does not change. (Shipped in
> package libgnutls26)
> libgnutls-extra. non-LGPL code. shlibs bump but also no soname change.
> (Shipped in package libgnutls26)
> libgnutls-openssl. ABI breakage (changed public struct), but no API
> breakage. soname bumped. This library used to be shipped in the
> libgnutls26 package but I have moved it to a separate package, because
> the soname version changed.
> GnuTLS C++ wrapper. ABI breakage, soname bumped. No reverse
> dependencies. (libgnutlsxx26 and libgnutlsxx27).
> Transition plan:
> 1. Find all packages linking against the OpenSSL wrapper library (extract
> everything depending on libgnutls26, use objdump -p | grep NEEDED to
> find linking binaries/librarires.) Last time I checked there were iirc
> about 8 packages involved.
> 2. Doublecheck whether they build against the new version.
> 2. Add versioned Breaks for all packages linking against libgnutls-openssl
> to the libgnutls26 package. I would use <= current-version-in-sid.
> 3. Upload to sid.
> 4. Trigger binNMUs for the packages found in 1.
> Does this plan look ok? Any improvements?
> I will follow up once I have uploaded 2.12.0 to experimental (2.11.7 is
> available and should be basically identical.) and run through 1 and 2
> of the transition plan.
Ok. Let me turn this into a bug report to keep it visible.
gnutls 188.8.131.52-1 is in experimental, built successfully, and has the
necessary conflicts. I doubt a longer exposure in experimental will
find more issues and would like to upload to unstable when convenient.
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