On 09.11.19 16:53, Matthias Klumpp wrote:
Am Sa., 9. Nov. 2019 um 16:04 Uhr schrieb Matthias Klose <d...@debian.org>:

Control: found -1 9.2.1-16
Control: severity -1 important

according to the upstream report, also with 9.2.0.

On 08.11.19 23:18, Matthias Klumpp wrote:
Package: gdc-9
Version: 9.2.1-17
Severity: serious

Currently, GDC can't build package like gtk-d because it generates
duplicate non-weak symbols in object files, causing a collision when
linking. This seems to happen when using mixins / interfaces.
For more information and a workaround, please check the upstream bug report.

if there's a workaround, please don't set the severity to serious.

The workaround needs to be applied to GDC, there is nothing we can do
in the affected packages. I also haven't tested the workaround and it
doesn't look like a good solution to me.
So, since this is breaking other packages, a high severity seemed justified.

Ahh, ok, that wasn't clear to me from the initial report. Anyway, the issue is present in testing as well, so lets wait for a reply from upstream.

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