Bug#687236: needs coordination with uwsgi
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 6:05 AM, Martin Pitt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello again,
> Julian Taylor pointed out that this unexpectedly affected uwsgi, as
> that started to include "pg_config --cflags", and caused uwsgi to
Yes, the uwsgi's build system used the output of "pg_config --cflags"
in building of the plugin named "probepg", which is a shared library.
There are no need for postgres' cflags, and I removed the inclusion
with this patch:
> This has been fixed in 1.2.3+dfsg-5 now. So we need to coordinate the
> unblocking of PostgreSQL 9.1.5-2 with that uwsgi version. Janos, did
> you want to get -5 into testing, or should we put the pg_config fix
> into testing-proposed-updates?
This change, and some of the important upstream patches that I added
to the -5 release are not making problems with any package currently
in testing. There are no uwsgi 1.2.3+dfsg-5 build issues in testing
(at least for amd64). The patch that is fixing 687084 is backward
compatible with previous postgresql releases including the 9.1.5-1.
I would like to ask for unblock from release team for 1.2.3+dfsg-5, as
there are no need for testing-proposed-updates, if you agree?
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