On Sat, 2017-08-05 at 16:15 +0900, Mamoru TASAKA wrote:
> Adam Williamson wrote on 08/05/2017 05:00 AM:
> > On Wed, 2017-08-02 at 13:19 +0200, David Tardon wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I will build a new release of poppler this week, which includes soname
> > > bump. I will take care of rebuilding the affected packages:
> > >
> > > boomaga
> > > calligra
> > > cups-filters
> > > evas-generic-loaders
> > > gambas3
> > > gdal
> > > gdcm
> > > inkscape
> > > kf5-kfilemetadata
> > > libreoffice
> > > okular
> > > pdf2djvu
> > > poppler-sharp
> > > texlive
> > > texworks
> > Welp, the rebuild of texlive failed, which means gdal can't be built,
> > and I can't build openqa. And none of this seems to have been touched
> > since yesterday,
> Umm? Did you really check?
By 'this' I meant 'poppler and texlive' - I didn't check any others.
> > Perhaps next time, you could test rebuilds of at least major things
> > like texlive against the new poppler *before* you land the new poppler
> > into rawhide? Thanks.
> And then, if test rebuild of such a big package like texlive against
> new poppler fails, poppler maintainer has to wait until texlive is
> to be ported into new poppler?
Yes. Yes, exactly that. We're building a distribution, we're not
running a Who Can Get A New Release Into The Repos The Fastest contest.
If something as important as texlive (which half the world depends on)
doesn't build against a new version of something, we don't want the new
version in our distribution yet.
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