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Re: another FSO transition

Am 25.06.2012 12:53, schrieb Adam D. Barratt:
On 24.06.2012 10:21, Simon Busch wrote:
Am 24.06.2012 10:49, schrieb Mehdi Dogguy:
On 06/24/2012 10:34 AM, Simon Busch wrote:
Am 22.06.2012 21:02, schrieb Adam D. Barratt:
On Fri, 2012-06-22 at 18:45 +0200, Simon Busch wrote:
The bug causes the modem initialisation to fail on the GtA02,
fsogsmd will fall into a loop which causes 100 percent CPU usage:
the device becomes unusable right after starting up.
The bug
described above occurred right after we did some ABI related changes
in 0.11. Due to the lack of time and the fact that we doesn't
guarantee any ABI yet (but bumping ABI version with each release in
respect of distributions like debian) we reverted the relevant
changes, verified that the bug is fixed and did the bug fix release.

FSO is developed as a stack. All three mentioned components
(libfsotransport, libgsm0710mux and fsogsmd) are part of the stack
and all parts of the stack are released together omitting bug fixing
releases. It's possible for users to use libraries of our stack in
other programs but they have to live with the fact that there is no
stable ABI yet.
You can take  a look at the branch history of our 0.11 release branch


There are six commits related to the bug fix:

Thanks.  Are there any other changes between the current 0.11 version in
Debian and the proposed update (preferably across the three components
listed as needing updates)?

In the bug fix release of the three listed components is nothing else included than the commits listed above.

When doing the update fso-deviced needs to be rebuild as Sebastian already mentioned (it has a build dependency on libfsotransport):

> This fortunately adds only one more package, which must
> be rebuild: fso-deviced.

There are no other packages that were updated or need a rebuild.


Simon Busch - http://mm.gravedo.de/blog/

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