faad2: 2.7 packages are ready for upload
fsateler at gmail.com
Mon Jun 1 04:46:21 UTC 2009
El lunes 1 de junio, Andres Mejia escribió:
> On Sunday 31 May 2009 23:28:04 Felipe Sateler wrote:
> > El lunes 1 de junio, Andres Mejia escribió:
> > > On Sunday 31 May 2009 22:40:16 Felipe Sateler wrote:
> > > > El lunes 1 de junio, Andres Mejia escribió:
> > > > > Forgot to mention this in the last mail. I've also fixed every bug
> > > > > in the BTS for faad2.
> > > > >
> > > > > faad2 will have to pass through the NEW queue again. One thing that
> > > > > changed is the name of the libfaad shared lib package. It's now
> > > > > named as libfaad2, since the library installed is libfaad.so.2.0.0.
> > > >
> > > > You should coordinate with the release team, so that you don't get
> > > > faad tangled with some other transition.
> > >
> > > This is something we still have to wait for the new faad2 package to be
> > > accepted and enter testing anyway.
> > No. Imagine libA is transitioning. faad is uploaded to unstable. Package
> > B is built against the new faad. Then libfaad has becomed tangled with
> > the transition of libA: B cannot transition into testing until libfaad
> > does too. The transitions are *into* testing.
> Could you CC 515072 at bugs.debian.org? faad2 is not maintained by the
> multimedia team yet.
Sorry, I didn't notice that.
> Alright then, I'll contact the release team. However, will any DD from the
> multimedia team upload the new faad2?
I can't help you with that (not a DD myself).
> > > I suppose once the new faad2 is accepted, binNMUs should be requested
> > > for reverse dependencies. Here's my list of packages depending on
> > > libfaad0 and libfaad2-0.
> > You have to look at the reverse build-dependencies on the -dev package.
> Is there some program that will show reverse build-dependencies? I can't
> figure out how to make apt-cache do this.
Well, if you have some deb-src line in your apt sources.list, you can use
grep-dctrl -FBuild-Depends -sPackage libfaad-dev
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