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Bug#666889: transition: GNOME 3.4: clutter/cogl

On 05.05.2012 16:07, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> On Sat, 2012-05-05 at 00:00 +0200, Michael Biebl wrote:
>> I've uploaded cogl, clutter-1.0, clutter-gtk and mutter.
>> So I guess you can schedule the first round of binNMUs, i.e.
>> clutter-gesture, clutter-gst and clutter-imcontext.
>> As clutter-1.0  has not been built everywhere yet, a dw is necessary atm.
> fwiw, it's now built everywhere, although something seems to have gone
> wrong with the powerpc upload; I've poked the buildd admin.
> I've scheduled clutter-{gesture,gst}.


  clutter-imcontext was on the
> "doesn't need rebuilding" list, but appears to have cogl dependencies on
> a handful of arches - specifically, armhf, hurd and s390x.

Right. I just had looked at the amd64 version back then, which didn't
have a libcogl5 dependency. Most likely because at that time libclutter
did not depend on libcogl yet, while newer clutter versions do.
As the armhf, hurd and s390x builds were built against newer versions,
they got a dependency on libcogl5.

So I'd say just rebuild all archs for clutter-imcontext, so we have a
consistent state now.


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