Bug#676646: RFS: sblim-wbemcli/1.6.2-4 [ITP #675232] through the BTS this time

2012-06-08 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Package: sponsorship-requests Severity: normal Dear mentors, I am looking for a sponsor for my package sblim-wbemcli Package name: sblim-wbemcli Version : 1.6.2-4 Upstream Author : Tyrel Datwyler tyr...@us.ibm.com URL :

Bug#772004: RFS: openldap/2.4.40-3.1 NMU -- smooth upgrade for partial replicas

2014-12-04 Thread Ferenc Wágner
for fixing it have been discussed on the BTS, and this seems like the best solution for now. Regards, Ferenc Wágner -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-mentors-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org Archive: https://lists.debian.org

Re: Git-buildpackage question: tracking upstream git and tarballs

2016-04-07 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Raphaël Halimi writes: > I'm trying to fully understand the git-buildpackage workflow and I'm > kind of stuck on a specific part of the process, regarding the handling > of the upstream branch when upstream uses git but the maintainer still > wants to use pristine-tar

Re: backport questions

2016-07-22 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Etienne Dysli-Metref writes: > I would like to backport Shibboleth packages [1] to jessie and wheezy. > > - What branch name should I use? > Documentation for git-buildpackage [2] says "debian/" so that > would yield "debian/jessie-backports-sloppy", but I've seen

Re: same upstream version but different orig.tar.gz

2016-08-03 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Herbert Fortes writes: > So I did a new Debian revision after the +dfsg.orig.tar.gz file be > replaced. > > I just did a 'debdiff' to check the differences between the Debian > revisions, and of course, the output is: > > dpkg-source: error: file

Re: same upstream version but different orig.tar.gz

2016-08-03 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Herbert Fortes writes: >> You can work around this locally by rewriting your .changes files; the >> changestool utility in the reprepro packages can help with that.  But >> you won't be able to upload different files with the same name.  The >> usual solution is adding a numeric

Bug#833909: RFS: xml-security-c/1.7.3-3~bpo7+1 [BPO]

2016-08-12 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Gianfranco Costamagna writes: > Hi Ferenc and Etienne, > >>> It'd probably make sense to start with a jessie backport, where >>> this change is necessary, then branch off the wheezy backport from >>> that, and do the PKG_INSTALLDIR change only. > > fully agree > (do you

Bug#833909: RFS: xml-security-c/1.7.3-3~bpo7+1 [BPO]

2016-08-10 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Gianfranco Costamagna writes: > the library has been renamed and conflicting with the non-v5 version, because > of the libstdc++ transition. > > backporting to jessie and wheezy (where the transition didn't happen), means > you have to revert that change, because

Bug#834313: RFS: dh-text/1.0 ITP

2016-08-16 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Hi, I'd be more than happy to replace the custom recipes in my rules files with your dh-text solution, it seems very neat. Just let me point out a copy mistake in the head of dh-text: # dh_text --- debhelper to create system users Please give it its own synopsis. -- Thanks, Feri

Re: create Debian Source from GIT repository without tag

2016-08-16 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Sean Whitton writes: > For example, support I'm packaging 0~git.abc123d. This version number > might be used because I'm basing my packaging on upstream git commit > whose hash is uniquely identified by the string 'abc123d'. Such version numbers won't order correctly.

Re: Backporting shibboleth-sp2 2.6.0+dfsg1-4 to jessie: dh-systemd, piuparts and lintian errors

2017-01-21 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Etienne Dysli-Metref <etienne.dysli-met...@switch.ch> writes: > On 20/01/17 12:31, Ferenc Wágner wrote: > >> https://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-maintainerscripts.html says: >> >> The postrm script is called after the package's files have been >>

Re: Packaging doxygen documentation

2017-01-28 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Dmitry Bogatov writes: > During my work on bglibs, I discovered following: > > - new upstream release (2.03) include doxygen documentation into tarball > - unlike previous packageed release (1.06) it contains minified JS file > - Lintian warns about source package, containing

Re: Backporting shibboleth-sp2 2.6.0+dfsg1-4 to jessie: dh-systemd, piuparts and lintian errors

2017-01-20 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Etienne Dysli-Metref <etienne.dysli-met...@switch.ch> writes: > On 19/01/17 23:46, Ferenc Wágner wrote: > >> I couldn't reproduce this on a real jessie system, only in a piuparts >> chroot. I think the reason is that piuparts removes init-system-helpers >> (the home

Re: Backporting shibboleth-sp2 2.6.0+dfsg1-4 to jessie: dh-systemd, piuparts and lintian errors

2017-01-19 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Etienne Dysli-Metref writes: > Since shibboleth-sp2 2.6.0+dfsg1-4 migrated to testing during the > holidays, I'm now backporting it to jessie. So far there is nothing to > change, however piuparts gives me the following error (which does not > appear on stretch):

Bug#834313: RFS: dh-text/1.0 ITP

2016-08-18 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Paul Wise writes: > On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 7:39 PM, Paul Wise wrote: > >> That sounds like the best option. I've pointed the dpkg maintainer at >> your mail on IRC and asked for their thoughts on the matter. > > Guillem got enthusiastic about this and came up with this patch: >

Copyright for Autoconf stuff

2016-11-25 Thread Ferenc Wágner
In #832941 Sean Whitton writes: > 6. config.guess, config.sub, configure, configure.in, Makefile.in and > install-sh are not accounted for in d/copyright. Hi, The license and the copyright of these files is pretty much the same all the time (some details can depend on

Re: How to determine the filename for dlopen()

2017-11-26 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Guillem Jover <guil...@debian.org> writes: > On Mon, 2017-11-13 at 13:23:01 +0100, Ferenc Wágner wrote: > >> I'm packaging a program which wants to dlopen() some library. It finds >> this library via pkg-config (PKG_CHECK_MODULES). How to best determine >> the

How to determine the filename for dlopen()

2017-11-13 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Hi, I'm packaging a program which wants to dlopen() some library. It finds this library via pkg-config (PKG_CHECK_MODULES). How to best determine the filename to use in the dlopen() call? It should work cross-distro, for cross-compilation and whatnot. Is it always safe to use the SONAME as

Re: How to determine the filename for dlopen()

2017-11-14 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Christian Seiler writes: > Am 2017-11-13 13:23, schrieb wf...@niif.hu: > >> I'm packaging a program which wants to dlopen() some library. It finds >> this library via pkg-config (PKG_CHECK_MODULES). How to best determine >> the filename to use in the dlopen() call? It

Explicit Autoconf disables

2018-07-03 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Dear Mentors, When building packages in clean chroots many configure checks are expected to fail not finding their dependencies. This is fine. Until somebody tries to build the package in a not so clean chroot, where the additional packages present satisfy some of these checks enabling extra

Re: Fixing incorrect .orig

2018-01-27 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Wookey writes: > Is there a suffix typically used for this situation of essentially > 're-done upstream source' Hi, $ grep "Version.*real" /var/lib/apt/lists/deb.debian.org_debian_dists_stretch_main_binary-amd64_Packages reveals some other options like +real and

Bug#890276: marked as done (RFS: wine/3.0-1~bpo9+1)

2018-02-13 Thread Ferenc Wágner
"Debian Bug Tracking System" writes: > For the sake of others who upload a backport-relying-on-backports, the > incantation is: > > sbuild --build-dep-resolver=aptitude -s -d stretch-backports -c > stretch-amd64-sbuild wine_3.0-1~bpo9+1.dsc You can leave out the -c

Re: Nonlinear git-buildpackage workflow?

2018-08-12 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Lumin writes: > The problem is, if I maintain the two releases in parallel, the > dch would become a mess when moving the 1.0 release to sid. > dch will contain duplicated changelog entries (e.g. fixing > common problems found in both 0.7 and 1.0) and the timeline > is also screwed up. Do you

Re: Cleaning up after 'gbp buildpackage'

2018-07-09 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Andrey Rahmatullin writes: > gbp runs clean before the second build Gbp runs clean before each build, but the default clean command was changed to /bin/true in version 0.6.9. You can try gbp buildpackage --git-cleaner="debuild -- clean" or something similar. -- Feri

Re: Meaning of "Checking build-dependency (indep) on amd64" excuse

2019-01-15 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Paul Wise writes: > On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 7:06 PM wrote: > >> Could somebody please explain me the meaning of the "Checking >> build-dependency (indep) on amd64" migration excuse as seen on >> https://qa.debian.org/excuses.php?package=pacemaker? > > Looking at the code, I think it means that

Re: Cmake help needed: Fails to find check.h and ieeefp.h

2018-12-03 Thread Ferenc Wágner
Andreas Tille writes: > I explicitly added "Build-Depends: libnewlib-dev" und thus there is > > find /usr/include -name ieeefp.h > /usr/include/newlib/ieeefp.h > /usr/include/newlib/machine/ieeefp.h Use #include or pass -Inewlib to the compiler (I don't know whether that's a good idea). > I