Hi Yavor, and thanks for checking with us. Yavor Doganov <email@example.com> (19/05/2012): > We'd like to carry out a GNUstep transition prior to the forthcoming > release: > > libgnustep-base1.22 -> 1.24 > libgnustep-gui0.20 -> 0.22 > libobjc3 -> 4 (on architectures where gcc-4.7 is the default) > > I plan to upload the new GNUstep stack to experimental within a few > days, then make a test rebuild of all GNUstep packages and identify > all bugs (GCC-related bugs have already been reported); then I'll > follow up with a summary of affected packages. What happens if the gcc-defaults switch is finally reverted? End of may is approaching and that's the deadline the maintainer set to settle on a possible revert (which various release team members have been asking for since day 0). I wouldn't bother too much gathering all involved packages, I'll just set up a tracker, which should determine those and the dependencies between them. Uploading to experimental is a good idea, real tests + clearing NEW in advance is always a good idea. Mraw, KiBi.
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