Regarding the SONAME bump...

# 4. If any interfaces have been added, removed, or changed since the
last update, increment current, and set revision to 0.


Well, adding or removing a flag *is* a change of the interface. Not
clear here if 'interface' means 'function'. From a logical point of
understanding it could be anything changing the behavior of the library
*or* the application. That means it could be flags, enum values,
functions, function params, defines, ...

An *automated* stable (packaging and runtime) behavior could only be
achieved if SONAME gets bumped in any of the above cases. If we revert
the bump, there will be chances to get an unstable behavior (as you
stated as well). Even if only one person is affected and even if that is
unlikely - why open up a hole ?


With Best Regards, Tim

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