On 03-07-15 15:11, Matthias Klose wrote:
>  - If there are no reverse dependencies, it should be the package
>    maintainers decision if a transition is needed.  However this might
>    break software which is not in the Debian archive, and built
>    against these packages.
>  - If a library transition is needed, please prepare for the change.
>    Rename the library package, append "v5" to the name of the package
>    (e.g. libfoo2 -> libfoo2v5). Such a change can be avoided, if you
>    have a soversion bump and you upload this version instead of the
>    renamed package.  Prepare a patch and attach it to this issue (mark
>    this issue with patch), so that it is possible to NMU such a
>    package. We'll probably have more than hundred transitions
>    triggered. Then reassign the issue to release.debian.org and
>    properly tag it as a transition issue, by sending an email to
>    cont...@bugs.debian.org:
>      user release.debian....@packages.debian.org
>      usertag <this issue> + transition
>      block <this issue> by 790756
>      reassign <this issue> release.debian.org

libcitygml has no reverse dependencies, so a transition won't be required.

I've uploaded a the latest upstream release from the renew development
on GitHub to experimental. It includes as SONAME bump, and has been
built with GCC 5.2 from experimental. The symbols on the other
architectures need to be updated after the builds become available.

Kind Regards,


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