[Pkg-kde-extras] Re: rev 6051 -
Sune at vuorela.dk
Fri May 4 13:58:41 UTC 2007
On Thursday 03 May 2007, Mark Purcell wrote:
> On Thu, 3 May 2007, Sune Vuorela wrote:
> > > * Combine all libs into libstrigi0 & libstrigi-dev
> > Hmm.. this commit looks completely like reverting the commit 5377 by
> > Fathi - and also not policy compliant. Are you sure that this is what you
> > want to do?
> > /Sune - slightly confused
> Hi Sune,
> Did mean to discuss this with Fathi, once I had committed..
> Upstream (strigi) have moved a couple of library names around, so this
> requires additional library package names to go through NEW processing. If
> we want/ need to have each library in a seperate package then it is
> certainly possible.
I don't know yet what we want...
But if upstream moves library names around, it is definately a good argument
to keep seperate packages - not to unite them.
If we currently have had libstrigi0 only - and libstreamindexer was suddenly
dropped - then it would be a change in the libstrigi that would require as
far as I understand things - a name change anyway - because depending
packages all need a rebuild.
It is not a ABI change in the sense of libraries changing apis, but packages
stops providing files others have been using.
> I'm unaware this not policy compliant, in fact I've done a similar thing
> with libcommoncpp2 package.
Doesn't lintian scream at you with errors about package name not matching ?
> Anyway I'm happy to go with the concensus, and I'm happy to revert if
> desired. This is just an branch and not trunk for the strigi packaging,
> so it is a little more liberal with constraints.
I don't know yet what would be easiest here. Another approach could be to
have seperate libs packages but one strigilibs-dev package.
> Fathi what was your motivation behind 5377?
I would also like Fathi around in general. Fathi - we miss you ;)
> If seperate libraries makes KDE4 packaging easier, then please let me know
> and I'll revert ASAP.
It is too early to say that yet.
I tried - just to see how it looked - to package the new upstream version
(0.5.1) with seperate libs packages.
It might not be the way we want to go, though.
My changelog entry:
strigi (0.5.1-1) experimental; urgency=low
+++ Changes by Sune Vuorela
* New upstream release
+ New lib: libclucene
+ New lib: libstreamanalyzer
- with dev package
+ Gone missing: libstreamindexer
- with dev package
+ strigicmd added to strigiclient
+ more headers in libstreams-dev - including pkgconfig files
-- Debian KDE Extras team <pkg-kde-extras at lists.alioth.debian.org> Fri, 04
May 2007 12:10:03 +0200
based off the packagkes in experimental.
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