On domingo, 10 de julio de 2016 2:01:04 P. M. ART Steve M. Robbins wrote: > Hi, > > I wanted to make people aware that I have uploaded Digikam 5.0.0 packages to > Debian earlier today.
First of all: thanks a lot. > I uploaded to experimental for staging for a few reasons: > > 1. To work through the build issues on various architectures. > > 2. The configuration files are in a new location, but digikam does no > migration . To the user, it appears you are starting from scratch and > there is a risk of confusion -- the referenced bug is from someone who > thought (mistakenly) that a migration procedure was required. The bug also > references possibly using a KF5 function KConfig::copyTo() to migrate the > files, but then concludes that some digikam 4 settings cause digikam 5 to > crash. At this point, it seems that automatic migration is unsafe but that > the initial configuration wizard should be augmented with text that > describes the upgrade- from-4.x scenario better. I'm seeking suggestions > on what might be the best approach here. I would for starters file an RC bug to the version in experimental so users know this before it gets installed (thanks to apt-listbugs). This would also make the bug more visible. Then I guess it's either provide patches upstream or wait for a fix :-/ > 3. The showfoto internationalized docs are missing due to an upstream bug > . The bug is now patched upstream; however, the fix re-structures the > source tarball so it is unclear whether this is easy to port into the > current version; or better to wait for upstream 5.1.0 source tarball. We still have time before the freeze, do you think a new upstream release will happen during this timeframe? Else it could be an upstream snapshot. Thanks a lot Steve! -- Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others. -- Groucho Marx Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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