Your message dated Wed, 19 Aug 2015 09:41:31 +0200 with message-id <20150819074131.ga27...@betterave.cristau.org> and subject line Re: Bug#791356: strigi: library transition may be needed when GCC 5 is the default has caused the Debian Bug report #791356, regarding strigi: library transition may be needed when GCC 5 is the default to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Package: src:strigi Version: 0.7.8-1.2 Severity: important Tags: sid stretch User: debian-...@lists.debian.org Usertags: libstdc++-cxx11 Background : libstdc++6 introduces a new ABI to conform to the C++11 standard, but keeps the old ABI to not break existing binaries. Packages which are built with g++-5 from experimental (not the one from testing/unstable) are using the new ABI. Libraries built from this source package export some of the new __cxx11 or B5cxx11 symbols, and dropping other symbols. If these symbols are part of the API of the library, then this rebuild with g++-5 will trigger a transition for the library. What is needed: - Rebuild the library using g++/g++-5 from experimental. Note that most likely all C++ libraries within the build dependencies need a rebuild too. You can find the log for a rebuild in https://people.debian.org/~doko/logs/gcc5-20150701/ Search for "BEGIN GCC CXX11" in the log. - Decide if the symbols matching __cxx11 or B5cxx11 are part of the library API, and are used by the reverse dependencies of the library. - If there are no symbols matching __cxx11 or B5cxx11 in the symbols forming the library API, you should close this issue with a short explanation. - 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 - If unsure if a transition is needed, please tag the issue with help to ask for feedback from other Debian developers. The libstdc++6 transition will be a large one, and it will come with a lot of pain. Please help it by preparing the follow-up transitions.  https://wiki.debian.org/GCC5#libstdc.2B-.2B-_ABI_transition
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--- Begin Message ---Version: 0.7.8-2 On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 13:47:31 +0200, Martin Pitt wrote: > Control: tag -1 patch > Control: user release.debian....@packages.debian.org > Control: usertag 791356 + transition > Control: block 791356 by 790756 > > Matthias Klose [2015-07-03 13:14 +0000]: > > - 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). > > Done with the attached debdiff. > strigi renamed its libraries in sid, closing this bug. Cheers, Julien
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