[pkg-ggz-maintainers] sn?printf issue
kees at debian.org
Tue Jan 6 18:10:33 UTC 2009
On Tue, Jan 06, 2009 at 10:06:41AM +0100, Josef Spillner wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 6. Januar 2009 00:01:28 schrieb Kees Cook:
> > You mean "ggz-server"? Its hits are listed with the others in the logs
> > directory:
> > ./ggz-server-0.0.14.1/game_servers/connectx/ai-velena.c:
> > snprintf(board, sizeof(board), "%s%i", board, column);
> Ok, r397 is supposed to fix this as well for ggz-server now. It also
> integrates a former lenny-NMU of the package, which was a bit dull to
Great! I've updated my list.
> integrate, are there tools to automate this to make sure no bits are left out?
> (The Ubuntu packages are also based on the NMU, which I'm not sure is the best
> idea, although I might be wrong here.)
I (or anyone) can file a "sync request" since the 'Debian Import Freeze'
has passed in the current Ubuntu development cycle once it's in the Debian
> Regarding ggz-client-libs, there's a Ubuntu-specific issue: the sprintf
> occurrence was already fixed by Steve Kowalik (CC'd) with a patch very similar
> to mine, although neither upstream nor pkg-ggz was aware of that. In order to
Do you mean this?
I see that it's linked from the Debian BTS, but that hasn't been the best
place for such things.
> keep the deviations between packages small, considering that we've got also
> maemo packages based on pkg-ggz now, I'd like to encourage a process within
> Ubuntu which ensures that such changes be always applied in the original
Normally, the Ubuntu process is to file bugs with Debian which include the
> My guess is that the patch went in for Intrepid during freeze, but that
> shouldn't mean that Jaunty must carry the same deviations. I don't care which
> of the two patches goes in as long as it's only one of them :)
Agreed -- once a new version is in the Debian archive, it will show up
at which point Steve would see it, and perform a merge (Ubuntu drops
Ubuntu-specific patches in favor of Debian or upstream patches).
Sorry for the glitch in communication!
Kees Cook @debian.org
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